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The original draft and layout of this pub- 
lication was to be 276 pages and work 
had progressed to complete a volume of 
this size. Situations and circumstances 
over which we had no control forced the 
staff of the 1947 Colorado College Nugget 
to eliminate these features and reduce the 
size of the publication to 176 pages. 

The features originally planned were new 
and had never before been printed in a 
publication of this type. These were 
eliminated because they were not essen- 
tial in portraying a record of the academic 
year here at Colorado College. 




FOREWORD . . . 





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FACULTY 

CLASSES 

DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC 

FINE ARTS CENTER 

DANCE CLASSES 

FRATERNITIES 

SORORITIES 

HONORARIES 

PUBLICATIONS 

SPORTS 

FEATURES 

ADVERTISING 



COLORADO COLLEGE 

The Colorado College is ideally located on the north side of the city of 
Colorado Springs and conveniently located in the residential district. 
It stands in a guardian position where the plains abruptly rise into the 
majestic forms of our towering peaks. Of these the world famous Pikes 
Peak is the grand commander in this mecca of the west. 

Colorado Springs was founded by General William Jackson Palmer, a 
Union cavalry general, and, shortly afterwards in 1874 the college came 
into existence as one of the first institutions of higher learning in the 
territory. 

The geographical location of the college makes it an ideal place for a 
well rounded curriculum. Here one also has the advantages of the finest 
in culture in the Fine Arts Center, the Department of Music, the modern 
dance classes, languages, and other Fine Arts. In the Schools of Natural 
Sciences and Social Sciences there is found complete harmony, under- 
standing and an informal, personal attitude existing between the pro- 
fessor and the student. 

Colorado College has developed a very fine athletic department, com- 
pletely free of subsidation. Here the student participates in athletics 
only for the enjoyment of clean sportsmanship and competition. 

Every student enjoys the excellent opportunities presented in out-of- 
doors life. They enthusiastically participate in skiing, riding, hiking, 
mountain climbing, skating, steak fries and beer bust. Golf and tennis 
can be played out-of-doors on the average of ten months out of the year. 

The social life of the student includes the many dances, teas, and other 
functions sponsored by the Independent men's and women's organiza- 
tions and the fraternities and sororities. Many social functions are 
given for the whole school by the Associated Students of Colorado 
College. The student has access to the city of Colorado Springs, the 
fashionable Broadmoor Hotel and its Ice Palace, polo grounds, swim- 
ming pools, golf course and tennis courts. The school is only an hour's 
drive from some of the world's best ski slopes and the City of Denver. 
These are only the highlights of the opportunities offered to the average 
student at Colorado College. 



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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION 

1 946- 1 947 

Thurston Jynkins Davies. A.B., LL.D.. President 

*Charlie Brown Hershey, Ed.D., LL.D.. Dean of the College 

Sherwood Gates, Ph.D.. Dean of the College 

Thomas Howard Rawles, Ph.D., Treasurer 

Henry Edwin Mathias, A.M., Dean School of Arts and Sciences, Director of Summer Session 

Mrs. Louise Warner Fauteaux, M.R.E., Dean of Women 

James Juan Reid, A.B., Adviser to Men 

Mrs. Josephine Rambo Morrow, A.B., Registrar and Secretary to the Committee on Admission 

Louise Fielding Kampf, A.B., Librarian 

Clyde A. Holbrook, Ph.D., Dean of the Chapel 

Lorena Alice Berger, A.B., Secretary 

Jo Elder Irish, A.B., Director of Athletics 

Jack F. Lawson, Director of Public Relations 

Carol Truax, Executive Director of Fine Arts Departments 

Hans Wilhelm Rosenhaupt, Ph.D., Director, Rocky Mountain School of Languages 

Robberts T. Simcock, Assistant Treasurer 

Harry Seldomridge Watson, M.S., Associate Director of Public Relations 

Robert Jackson, B.S.. Assistant to the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences 

Fred G. Minuth, A.B., Part-time Assistant to the Registrar 

Marjorie Mae Mayer, B.S., M.A., Counselor to Women's Activities 

David Wendell Crabb. M.S., Secretary and Marshal of the Faculty 

William Wallace Postlethwaite, A.M., Director of the Museum 

Leo Williams Bortree, M.D., Medical Adviser 

Haney and Haney, Attorneys for the College 

Harry Whiting Woodward, M.D., Physician to Athletic Department 

'Retires as Dean of the College, June 30, 1947 



SCHOOL OF NATURAL SCIENCE 

HEAD OF SCHOOL 

Professor Paul F. Boucher 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Professor Don B. Gould 

Professor Charles Herschel Sisam 

Dean Charlie Brown Hershey, ex-officio 

Barnes, Otis A., Ph.D., Verner Z. Reed Professor of Chemistry 

Bartlett, Robert L., A.B., Acting Director of Athletics, Instructor in Engineering Science 

Boucher, Paul E., Ph.D., Professor of Physics 

Drea, William F., D.M.D., Lecturer in X-ray 

Edwards, T, Alun, A.B., (part time) Instructor in Biology 

Gilmore, Ralph John, Ph.D., Professor of Biology 

Gould, Don B., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Geology 

Hansman, Margaret M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

Lovitt, William V., Ph.D.. Professor of Mathematics 

Okey, Frank M., B.C.E.. Professor of Civil Engineering 

Olson, Howard M., M.S., Associate Professor of Physics 

Pearl, Richard Maxwell, A. M., Instructor in Geology 

Penland, Charles William T., Ph.D., Professor of Botany 

Service, William Corr, M.D., Associate Professor of Biology 

Sisam, Charles Herschel, Ph.D.. Profesor of Mathematics 

Sullivan, John, B.S., Instructor in Chemistry 



SCHOOL OF LETTERS AND FINE ARTS 



HEAD OF SCHOOL 

Professor George Sutherland McCue 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Professor Hans Wilhelm Rosenhaupt 

Miss Carol Truax 

Dean Charlie Brown Hershey, ex-officio 

Barrett, Lawrence, Lithography Instructor, Fine Arts Center 

Bartlett, Fred S., A.B., Curator of Painting and Instructor, Fine Arts Center 

Beal, Charles L., Curator of Education 

Bridges, Mrs. Myrtle M., A.M., Instructor in Piano 

Britton, Edgar, Instructor in Painting and Design, Fine Arts Center 

Daehler. Albert Hartman, A.B., Bemis Professor of English 

Effinger, Cecil, A.B., Assistant Professor of Music 

Ellis, Amanda M., A.M., Associate Professor of English 

Fundingsland, John O., M.M., Instructor in Band and Public School Music 

Harris, Johanna (Mrs.), Assistant Professor of Music 

Harris, Roy, Mus.D., Composer in Residence 

Hartness, Rebekah M., A.M., Associate Professor of French and German 

Jakimowitz, Stephanie M., Ph.D., Instructor in Classics 

Knapp, Lewis Mansfield, Ph.D.. Associate Professor of English 

Krutzke, Frank A., A.B., Assistant Professor of English 

Lanner, Max, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Music 

Latimer, Charles Trowbridge. A.M., Professor of Romance Languages 

Lawson, Jack F., Director of Public Relations and Instructor in Journalism 

McCue, George Sutherland. A.M., Associate Professor of English 

Metz, Louise, (part time) Instructor in Piano 

Publow, Mary, A.M., (part time) Instructor in Spanish 

Roberts, William H., A.M., Instructor in Romance Languages 

Robinson, Boardman, Lit.D., Director of Art School, Fine Arts Center 

Rosenhaupt, Hans Wilhelm, Ph.D.. Assistant Profesor of German 

Ross, Thomas Wynne, A.B., (part time) Instructor in English 

Skidmore, Mark, Ph.D., Professor of Romance Languages 

Tooley, Frederick. M.M., Assistant Professor of Voice 

Truax, Carol, Executive Director, Fine Arts Departments 

Tyree, William Woodson, A.M., Director of Drama and Instructor in English 

Vander Sluis, George, Instructor, Fine Arts Center 

Waters, Elizabeth, Dance Instructor 

Wilcox. John C, M.M., Visiting Professor and Consultant in Voice and Vocal Pedagogy 



SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE 



HEAD OF SCHOOL 

Professor W. Lewis Abbott 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Professor Samuel S. S. Browne 

Professor Carroll B. Malone 

Dean Charlie Brown Hershey, ex officio 

Abbott, W. Lewis, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology 

Blakely, William A., Ph.D., Professor of Psychology 

Brown, F. Martin, Lecturer in Geography and Anthropology 

Browne, Samuel S. S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy 

Carter, Harvey Lewis, Ph.D., Professor of History 

Cass, Mrs. Loretta K., A.M., Instructor in Psychology 

Crabb, David Wendell, M.S., Professor of Business Administration and Banking 

Curtis, E. Lewis B., M.S.. Visiting Professor of Political Science 

Donaldson, Agnes, A.M., (part time) Assistant Professor of Sociology 

Gilbert, Margaret, A. A., Assistant in Physical Education for Women 

Goodnight, Charles W., A.B., (part time) Instructor in Physical Education 

Hershey, Charlie Brown, Ed.D., LL.D., Dean of the College, Professor of Education 

Holbrook, Clyde A., Ph.D., Dean of the Chapel and Assistant Professor of Religion 

Jordan, John Stuart, A.M., Associate Professor of Education 

Latting, Lucille Horton, A.M., (part time) Instructor in Education 

Malone, Carroll B., Ph.D., Professor of History 

Postlethwaite, William W„ A.M., Director of Museum and Lecturer in Anthropology 

Reid, James Juan, A.B., Assistant Professor of Physical Education for Men, Adviser to Men 

Simon, Charles J., J.D., Lecturer in Law 

Stevens, Howard H., A. B., Assistant in Political Science 

Thompson, Cyril L., Ph.B., Hockey Coach; Assistant in Department of Physical Education 

for Men 
Trotter, Dorothy, A.M., Assistant in Economics and Sociology 
van Diest, Alice E., A.M., Associate Professor of Sociology 
Ver Lee, Jay M., M.S., Lecturer in Community Recreation 

Weimer, Melvin S., M.B.A., Associate Professor of Business Administration and Banking 
White, Harold A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Head Coach 
Wolf, Virginia, A.B., Director of Physical Education for Women 
Wollman, Nathaniel, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Economics 
Worner, Lloyd E., Ph.D., Instructor in History and Political Science 




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CLASS OF 1947 




MARGARET ANN ADAMS 
Trinidad, Colorado 

Psychology, major; Trinidad Junior College 1 , 2; Delta 
Gamma 3. 4; Nugget Staff 3; Q.A. 3. 4; Choir 3. 4; Scholar- 
ships: Trustee 3, Alice Bemis Taylor 4, Sherman 4. 

RICHARD D. ALEXANDER 
Boyle, Mississippi 

History, major; Beta Theta Pi; History Club; Football 2; 
Track 3. 

CARL JOHN ALLEN 
Shelbyville, Tennessee 

Philosophy, major; University of Chattanooga 1 [--j years; Dog 
Club 3; J.S.F.E.C. 4; Student Forum 3; Newman Club 3, 4; 
Lab. Assistant 3; Scholarships: U. of Chattanooga 1 , C.C. 
Corps 3, State Scholarship 4. 



Psychology. 
President 4. 
Q.A. Board 
President 4. 



MARTHA BARTON 
Denver, Colorado 

major; Scholarships: Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice 
Pledge Trainer 4. Tiger Club 3, 4, W.A.A.. 
4. Delta Epsilon 4, Lab. Assistant 3. 4, Hall 



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LEONARD BERNSTEIN 

Brooklyn, New York 
New York University 



1. 2, 3. 



ERNEST P. BERONI 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Geology, major; Colorado University 1, 2; Lambda Chi Alpha 
1. 2; Vice President 2; Growlers Club 2. 3, 4; Newman 
Club 4; Lab. Assistant 4. 



MARY F. BLUNT 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Biology, major; Independents 1 , 2, 3, 4; Tiger Staff 1.2,3 
Tiger Club 2, 3. 4: Dog Club 2, 3, 4; W'.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4 
A.W.S. 1. 2, 3, 4; Minute Maid 1, 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3 
Horse Show Committee 4; Dance Club 4. 

THOMAS BRICKELL 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Economics, major; Phi Gam,ma Delta. 

CARMEN BROWNLEE 

Silver City, New Mexico 
Sociology, major; Independents 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 
Treasurer 4; Nugget Staff 4; C.C. Players 2, 3; Dog Club 3; 
W.A.A. 3; Band 3. 



MARGARET BROWN 
Denver, Colorado 

French, major; Gamma Phi Beta 1. 2. 3, 4; Nugget Staff 3; 
Tiger Club 2, 3; A.W.S. 2. 3; Q.A. Hall Secretary 3: 
Minute Maids 3; Choir 4. 

SALLY BUCKMASTER 

Evanston, Illinois 

Sociology, major; Scholarships; Gamma Phi Beta. Rush Chair- 
man; Panhell. President, Treasurer; Q.A.; C.C. Players. 

WILLIAM C. BUSH 
Denver, Colorado 

Business Administration, major; Sigma Chi 1, 2, 3, 4. Presi- 
dent 4; Tiger Staff 1, 2. 3, Business Manager 3; Growlers 
Club 2. 3, 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3. Treasurer 3; Debate 
Club 2, 3; Interfraternity Council 4; Publications Board 3. 



DONALD F. CAMERON 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Biology, major; Beta Theta Pi; Question Club; Dog Club; 
Lab. Assistant. 

GLORIA CANEPA 
Denver, Colorado 

Sociology, major; Delta Gamma 1, 2, 3. 4. Pledge Treasurer 1, 
Treasurer 3; Nuqget Staff 3; Tiger Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 4; 
A.W.S., Vice President 3, President 4; Q.A. 3. 4, Hall 
President 4; J.S.F.E.C. 4; Minute Maids 3; Chapel Commit- 
tee 4; Junior Homecoming Queen Attendant 3; ' Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities" 4. 



Psychology, major. 



HUGO CARPENTER 

Silver Lake, Texas 



Economics, 
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WILLIAM F. CARR 

Akron, Ohio 

University of Akron 1 , 



3; Phi Delta 



ARTHUR A. CERVI 
Denver, Colorado 

Engineering Science, major; University of Colorado; Colorado 
Mines; Phi Gamma Delta; Nugget Staff, Associate Editor 
1. 2, Editor 4; Tiger Staff 1; Question Club 1; Euterpe 4; 
Homecoming Chairman 4; Ski Club 2; Newman Club 2, 4; 
French Club 1; Lab. Assistant 2, 3. 4; Scholarships: CCA. 
1. 2. 3; Athletics: Football 1. 3, Basketball 1. Baseball 3. 
Boxing 1, 2, 3. Skiing 1, 2, Golf 3. 4; Board of Publications 4. 

DAN E. CLOUD 
Rapid City, South Dakota 

Economics, major; Drury College; Wentworth M. A. Junior 
College; Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 1; Athletics: 
Basketball 1. 

JOHN R. COASH 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Geology, major; Independents 2. Treasurer 1 , Student Council 
Representative 1; Growlers Club 1; Opera Group; Lab. Assist- 
ant 1; Scholarships: Trustee, Van Diest; Athletics: Baseball. 
Track. 

HUGH DOUGLAS CONNELL 

Sadsburyville, Pennsylvania 

Business Administration, major: Montana School of Mines 2; 

Phi Gamma Delta 3. 4; Growlers Club 3. 4; Radio Guild 3; 

Athletics: Football 1. 3. 

PRISCILLA WELLS CONNELL 

Flossmore, Illinois 

Psychology, major; Monticello College 1. 2; Kappa Alpha 
Theta 3, 4; Radio Guild 3; Ski Club 3. 





BETTY CRAVEN 
Bronxvillc, New York 
English, major: Vassar 1. 2: Kappa Kappa Gamma 3. 4: Tiger 
Staff; Tiger Club: C.C. Players. 

JAMES CREIGHTON 
Galcsburg, Illinois 
History, major: Beta Thcta Pi, Treasurer 1; Tiger Staff 1; 
Question Club 4: History Club 1. 

STUART CREIGHTON 

Manitou Springs. Colorado 
Spanish, major: Independents 1. 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4; Tiger 
Staff 1. 2. 3. 4: C.C. Players 1; Dog Club 4; Euterpe 1. 2. 3; 
Choir 1.2. 3: Koshare 1: Spanish Club 1, 4. 



JANET CUMMING 
Washington. Iowa 

Political Science, major: Delta Gamma 1, 2. 3. 4, Pledge 
Trainer 2. President 3: Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; Doq Club 1: 
W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: A.W.S. 2. 3. 4. President 4; Panhcllenic 
2. 3; Q.A. 2. 3: Wakuta 4; J.S.F.E.C. 4; Chapel Committee 4. 

RICHARD P. DAY 

Nampa. Idaho 
Physics, major; Brigham Young University; University of 
New Mexico: Sigma Chi. Treasurer; Growlers Club. Vice 
President: Red Lantern; "C" Club; Lab. Assistant; Athletics: 
Football. Basketball. Baseball. 



BETTY DECKER 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 



Chemistry, major 



DOROTHY LOUISE DOCKSTADER 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Physics, major; University of Minnesota; Smith College 
(NRMS): Independents 1. 2. 3. Publicity Chairman 2. 3; Tiger 
Staff 1. 2. Feature Editor 2; Delta Epsilon 4; Lab. Assistant 4: 
Scholarships: Trustee 1. 2. Richards 3; A.S.C.C. Independent 
Representative 2. 3; Publications Board 2: C.C. Symphony 
Orchestra 2. 

ARCHIBALD C. DOTY, JR. 
Litchfield, Connecticut 
Business Administration, major; Weslevan University; Sigma 
Chi. 

JEAN DUDLEY 
Durango, Colorado 
Biology, major; Delta Gamma. 



CHARLOTTE DUNCAN 
Canon City, Colorado 

Sociology, major. 

JUDY DUNHAM 

Los Angeles, California 

English, major: Ward-Belmont: Kappa Alpha Thcta. Archivist; 
W.A.A. ; A.W.S.; Student Forum; Choir; French Club. 



FRANK K. DUNN 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Sociology, major; University of Mississippi; Independents 1. 



ALBERT THOMAS FERGUSON 
Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Biology, major: Sigma Chi 4. Pikes Peak Sigma Chi: Dog 
Club 2. 3. 4; Band 2: Lab. Assistant 3. 4: Scholarship 4; 
Athletics: Track 2, Tennis 3. 4. 

BETSY GILBERT 
New York, New York 

Psychology, major: Pine Manor Junior College 1; Kappa 
Alpha Theta. Librarian 1: Nugget Staff, Assistant Editor; 
Tiger Staff. Euterpe. Homecoming Committee: Ski Club; Ath- 
letics: Skiing. Tennis. 

RUTHIE GONSER 
Denver, Colorado 
Psychology. major; Monticcllo College 1; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 2, 3. 4, Recording Secretary 3. 4; Nugget Staff 2. 3.4; 
W.A.A. 2. 3. 4; A.W.S. 2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 4. 
Homecoming Queen Chairman 4; Athletics: Baseball. Volley- 
ball. 

GLENDORA HAY 
Dcs Moines, Iowa 

Psychology, major; Colorado Women's College 1; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 2. 3. 4. Scholarship Chairman 3; Tiger Staff 3: 
Tiger Club (substitute) 3: A.W.S. 3. Social Chairman 3; 
Q.A., Hall Secretary 3; Lab. Assistant 3. 

ROBERT HEDBLOM 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Biology, major; Phi Gamma Delta. 

REX W. HESTER 
Pisgah, Iowa 
Economics, major; Gracrland Junior College; Phi Delta Theta 
< 1 Pledge Trainer; Growlers Club 2, 3. 4: Red Lantern 3 4; 
"C" Club' 3. 4; Athletics: Basketball 1.2. 3. 4. Track 2. 3. 4. 
Track Capt. 2. 3. 4. Football Manager 3. 4. 

HELEN HOLMES 
Littleton, Colorado 
Psychology, major; Kappa Alpha Theta. Activity C 
2 3; Tiger Club 3. 4. President 4; W.A.A. 2. 3. 4. T 
2. Vice President 3; A.W.S. 3. 4; Wakuta 3. 4; Choir 
Assistant 3, 4. 

SAM E. HOPPER, JR. 
Pocatello, Idaho 
History, major; Sigma C "hi 3. 4: Growlers Club 3. 
Players 1. 2. 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; Student 
I. 2. 3. 4: Radio Guild 3. 4. 



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JACK P. HUDNALL 

Las Animas, Colorado 
Psychology, major; Southwestern University 1: Independents 4; 
Growlers Club 4; Band 2; Athletics: Football 1. Tennis 3; 
Student-Faculty Discussion Group 4. 



C. WILLIAM HULA 

Plattsmouth, Nebraska 

Geology, major: Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4; Lab. Assistant 2. 

FRANCIS JACKSON 

Evanston, Illinois 

Spanish, major; Delta Gamma. 

ROBERT F. JACKSON 
Lexington, Missouri 

Business Administration, major; Kappa Sigma 1 ; Athletics: 
Basketball 1. 



ELSIE L. JOERLING 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

History, major; History Club 1. 

BILLIE KEBBLE 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

English, major; Independents 1, 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club 1 . 2, 
3, 4; Scholarships: Trustee 1, 2, Quackenbush 3, Stewart 4. 

LUELLA KNIGHT 

Wheaton, Illinois 

Sociology, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma, House Chairman 1 , 
Scholarship Chairman 3; Tiger Club 2, 3; C.C. Players 1: 
Q.A. 2; Scholarships: Trustee 1. 2; Butcher 3. 4. 



GENEVIEVE KUYKENDALL 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Sociology, major; Northwestern University 1; Independents 2, 
3, 4. Secretary 3, Program Chairman 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4. 
Secretary 2; Scholarships; Taylor. 

ELIZABETH LAMB 
Denver, Colorado 

English, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rush Chairman ; Tiger 
Club 3. 4; Dog Club 1; 'W.A.A. 2, 3; Panhellenic 3, 4; 
Lennox Board 4; A.S.C.C. 4; Chapel Committee 4; Choir 1; 
Scholarship 4. 

MARGARET LATIMER 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
French, major; Independents 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BILLIE LEWIS 

Miami, Oklahoma 

English, major; Gamma Phi Beta. 



BETTY ANNE LONG 
Amarillo, Texas 

Sociology, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Tiger Club 3, 4; 
C.C Players 3; Dog Club 1; W.A.A. 1. 2,* 3, 4; Student 
Forum 3; Radio Guild 3; Choir 1. 



Chemistry, major. 



HENRY LE BRECHT 
Rosemead, California 



BETTY LE CRONE 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

English, major; University of Texas; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

THOMAS P. McCANN 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Geology, major; Phi Gamma Delta, Treasurer 3; Nugget 
Staff 2; A.S.C.C. 4, Treasurer 4; Delta Epsilon 4; Newman 
Club 1. 2, 4, President 2; Lab. Assistant 4; Scholarships: 
Trustee 1,2, 3; Athletics: Football 1. 

JIMMIE McCOOL 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Graduate Student: Psychology, major; Southwestern Tech; 
Oklahoma Aggies and Mining; Riverside Junior College; 
W.A.A.; Delta Epsilon (Graduate). 



SHIRLEY McINTYRE 

Grand Junction, Colorado 

German, major; Independents 4; Dog Club 1; Cub Club 1: 
German Club 2, Vice President 2; Scholarships: Trustee, War 
Memorial. Alice Bemis Taylor. 



KATHERINE MacLAIN 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Chemistry, major. 

RAYMOND MACKEY 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Pre-Mcdical, major. 



JUNE MAURER 
Friona, Texas 

Sociology, major; Drury College; University of Texas; Inde- 
pendents 3, 4, Vice President 3, President 4; Nugget Staff. 
Feature Editor 3; Tiger Staff, Reporter 4; A.W.S. 3, 4; 
J.S.F.E.C. 3; A.S.C.C. 4. Secretary 4; Chapel Committee 4; 
Publications Board 4. 

GEORGE PEARSON MELLOR 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Physics, major; Sigma Chi, Historian; Student Forum; Choir; 
German Club; "C" Club; Lab. Assistant; Athletics: : Varsity 
Track; Weather Bureau; Cross-Country Race. 

JOSEPH C. MENCIN, JR. 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Kappa Sigma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Red Lantern 4; 
Inter- Fraternity Council, President 4; Newman Club 3; "C" 
Club 3, 4; Scholarships: CCA. 3; Athletics: Football 3, 4. 










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FRED MORATH 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

History, major; Beta Theta Pi 3. 4; Tiger Staff. Business 
Manager 2. 3. Editor 3; Growlers Club 2. 3; Euterpe I, 2, 3; 
Choir 1: History Club 4; Scholarships: Trustee 1. 2. Robert 
C. Argo 3, 4. 

MARCY MURPHY 
Denver, Colorado 

English, major; University of Utah; Scholarships: Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 

AGNES KATHERINE NELLESEN 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Biology, major; Kansas City University; Independents 3; Dog 
Club 2; Euterpe 2. 

WILLIAM A. NESTLERODE 

Barrington, Illinois 

Physics, major; Engineering Science, major; Columbia Univer- 
sity; Pennsylvania State College; Phi Delta Theta. Warden. 
House Manager; Growlers Club 2. 3. 4. President 4; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Athletics: Hockey 3; Enthusiasm Com- 
mittee 4. 

RICHARD B. OTTE 
Littleton, Colorado 
Psychology, major: Colorado State A. 6 M. 1; Sigma Chi; 
Growlers Club 3. 4; Lab. Assistant. 

DORIS PARKER 
Tulia, Texas 

Sociology, major; Trinity University: Gamma Phi Beta 3. 4; 
Euterpe 3; W.A.A. 3. 4; A.W.S. 3. 4. 



HELEN PICKERILL 

Durango, Colorado 

Psychology, major; Gamma Phi Beta. 



Political Science. 



HAL PATINKIN 

Chicago, Illinois 



BRELERE PLETTNER 

Denver, Colorado 



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Art, major; Gamma Phi Beta; Tiger Staff; Scholarship: Trustee. 



DONALD L. PORODA 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

English, major; Band 1. 2; French Club 1. 2; German Club 

1, 2; Scholarships: Trustee 1. Morley 2. Perkins 3. 4; Fresh- 
man Prize 1. 

ESTHER SWERER PRICE 

Denver, Colorado 

Biology, major; Delta Gamma. Rush Chairman 2; Tiger Club 

2. 3; Dog Club 2. 3. 4; Q.A. 3; Wakuta 3; Ski Club 4; Lab. 
Assistant 2. 3. 4; Scholarships 2. 3. 4. 

ROBERT C. PRICE 
Denver, Colorado 

Business Administration, major; Sigma Chi 1. 2. 3. 4; Ski 
Club 1. 2, 3. 4. 



FLOYD RATLIFF 

Pueblo, Colorado 

Psychology, major; Pueblo Junior College 1. 2; German 
Club 4; Lab. Assistant 4; Athletics: Football 3. 

ROBERT RAWLINGS 

Las Animas, Colorado 

Economics, major; Colorado University 1; Phi Gamma Delta, 

Treasurer 4; Growlers Club 2; Scholarships: Trustee; Athletics: 

Basketball 1. 2. 

BARBARA REED 
Ovid, Colorado 

Biology, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



SIDNEY RHEA 

Littleton, Colorado 
Sociology, major; Western State College 1. 2; Kappa Sigma. 

KARL F. ROEHRIG 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Biology, major; Sigma Chi; Growlers Club 2. 3; Dog Club 
1. 2. 3, 4; Lab. Assistant. 

HARRY SCURR 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Engineering, major; Phi Gamma Delta. 



GEORGE SCRUGGS, JR. 
Denver, Colorado 
Political Science, major; Phi Gamma Delta; Question Club 
1. 2. 3, 4; Dog Club 1. 2. 1, 4. 

MARY JO SEYMOUR 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
English, major; C.C. Players. 

BETTY SCUBERT 

Montrose, Colorado 
Business; Independents 1. 2. 3. 4; Scholarships: Trustee 1, 2. 
Taylor 3. Rice Taylor 4. 



Mathematics 
A.W.S. 4: 
Archery 1. 



DORIS SIMONSON 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
major; Independents 1. 2. 3, 4; Tiger Club 3, 4; 
Student Forum 3; Choir 2; Lab. Assistant 3; 



EATON SMITH 
Denver, Colorado 

Business Administration; Phi Delta Theta. President 4; Tiger 
Staff, Business Manager 3, 4, Publication Board 4; Growlers 
Club 2, 3. 4; Red Lantern 4; Inter-Fraternity Council, Treas- 
urer 4; Debate 2; Student Council, President 4; Alpha Kappa 
Psi 3; Football Manager 3. 

BEVERLY BARBARA STALEY 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Spanish, major; Colorado A. 6 M.; Delta Gamma; Choir 3: 
Spanish Club 4: Scholarships: Joint-Honor Scholarship 1. 2. 
Trustee 4. 



Political Science 



HOWARD STEVENS 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Beta Theta Pi. 



PEGGY STOCKS 
Chicago, Illinois 

Psychology, major; Gamma Phi Beta, Secretary 3, Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Tiger Club 3. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Lab. Assistant 3; 
Swimming; Riding; Basketball. 

WILLIAM E. STOREY 
Denver, Colorado 

Biology, major: University of Denver 1, 2: Beta Theta Pi, 
President 4; Dog Club 3, 4; Growlers 3, 4; Inter-Fraternity 
Council 4; Football; Track; Wrestling; Assistant Football 
Coach 3. 



MARYANN STAUCH 
Wilmette, Illinois 

Psychology, major; Kappa Alpha Theta. 

HUBERT STUCHLIK 
Hill City, Kansas 

Economics, major; Kappa Sigma. Vice President 3; Growlers 
Club 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 3. 

JEAN SUTTON 
Evanston, Illinois 

Art, major: Monticello College 1, 2; Kappa Alpha Theta 3, 4; 
Tiger Club 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; A.W.S. , Gold Diggers Com- 
mittee 3. 4. 



BETTY JANE THAXTON 
Raton, New Mexico 

Business, major; Gamma Phi Beta. 

MARJORIE THOMPSON 
Greeley, Colorado 

Art, major; Independents 1. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 3; Tiger Staff 2; Dog Club 1. 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 
1. 2; A.W.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Q.A. Hall Secretary 3. Treasurer 3. 4; 
J.S.F.E.C. 2; Scholarships: Trustee 1. 2; Cowel Memorial 3,4. 

ROBERT E. TRITT 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Business Administration, major; Kentucky University; Phi 
Delta Theta, President 3; Nugget Staff, Photographer 4; 
Growlers Club 2, 3, 4: Red Lantern 3, 4; Question Club 1. 2, 
3; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Koshare 3; "C" Club. President 
4; Scholarships: Trustee 1, 2; Quincy and Edward 3; Athletics: 
Football 1. 4: Vice President of Senior Class 4; A.S.C.C. 3: 
Alpha Kappa Psi 2, 3. 

ENID TURNER 
Covina, California 

Sociology, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Activities 3. Mothers' 
Club 3, Personnel 4; Tiger Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dog Club 1: 
W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4. President 4; A.W.S. 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice 
President 4: Q.A. 2. 3. 4. Hall Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall 
Secretary 2. 3, Hall President 3. 4, Freshman Representative 
Wakuta 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 3; Scholarship: 
2; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 



to A.W.S 
Trustee 1 , 
versities 4 



HOWARD T. VAN DE CAR 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Business Administration, major; Beta Theta Pi 
Swimming Team 1939. 



Athletics: 



BARBARA A. VAN DEVENTER 
Chicago, Illinois 

Biology, major; University of Chicago: Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Recording Secretary 4; Nugget Staff, Business Staff 4; Tiger 
Club 4: A.W.S. 3; Ski Club 3. 



DONN R. VORNHOLT 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

Psychology, major: Phi Gamma Delta; Tiger Staff 2; Growlers 
Club 3; Radio Guild 3; Lab. Assistant 3, 4; Athletics: Base- 
ball 3, 4. 

JULIA WINCHELL 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
Psychology, major; Kappa Alpha Theta, Editor 2, 3, Scholar- 
ship Chairman 4; Tiger Staff 1; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4.; W.A.A. 



2, 3; Panhellenic. Treasurer 4: Lab. 
Trustee 1, 2. 



Assistant 4; Scholarships: 



Art. major; Kappa 
Players 2, 3. 



VAL WHITACRE 
Plainview, Texas 

Sigma 3, 4; Growlers Club 2, 3, 



4; C.C. 



ROBERT F. WILLIAMS 
Pueblo, Colorado 

Pueblo Junior College; Beta Theta Pi 4; Growlers Club 4; 
Cheerleader. 

JANE WILSON 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Sociology, major; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Registrar; Tiger 
Club; Dog Club; A.W.S. 

RALPH C. WILSON, JR. 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

Arkansas A. 6 M. College; Phi Delta Theta, Reporter 3, 
President 4; C.C. Players 2. 3, 4: Inter-Fraternity Council; 
J.S.F.E.C. 3; Student Forum 3; Radio Guild 3; Chapel Com- 
mittee 3; Spanish Club 4; Athletics: Tennis 3. 





English, major. 



ALETHA WOODS 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



WINIFRED WOODS 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Biology. Chemistry, major. 

MARY ANN WOODWARD 
Greeley, Colorado 

Biology, major; Colorado State A. & M. 2; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma 1. 2. 3. 4. Marshal 3. Pledge Officer I. Standard 
Chairman 4: Dog Club 1; W.A.A. 1. 3. 4. Golf Chairman 1: 
A.W.S. I. 3. 4; Q.A. 1. 4. Freshman Representative 1. Hall 
President 4; Minute Maids 1; Cub Club. Upper Class Advisor 3. 



Art. major 



ALICE ZIMMERMAN 

Alexandria, Virginia 



MARSHALL ZIRKLE 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 
Economics, major; Phi Delta Theta; Tiger Staff 1; Growlers 
Club 3; Scholarships 1, 2. 

SANDY GRAHAM 
Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Psychology- major; Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




CHARLES MILNE 
Denver, Colorado 

Psychology, major; Scholarship, Trustee I; Phi Gamma Delta 
1. 2. 3, 4. Recording Secretary 3; Tiger Staff 1. 2; Nugget 
Staff 1. Business Manager 4; Dog Club 1; Psychology Lab. 
Assistant 3. 4; Athletics: Basketball 1, Delta Epsilon 4. 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



Carl Barsotti 
Herbert Beattie 
John Bernhart 
Albert Beckley 
Maurice Blakely 
Eric Bransby 
Gloria Brookshire 
Martin Bunker 
Robert Burrell 
Keneth Carter 
James Coffee 
John Crummey 
Jean Deakin 
Clare Elkins 
George Ewonus 
Lydia Flionowicz 



Shirley Foster 
Charles Fredricks 
William Glass 
Leslie Goss 
Betty Handy 
Robert Johnson 
Paul Kearns 
Robert Kellogg 
Dorothey Kempshall 
Elizabeth Kurie 
William Latch 
John Lee 

Cicero Lee Lincoln 
David Llewellyn 
George Long 



Suzanne Long 
Sam McCleary 
Catherine McDonald 
William McFarland 
Roy McKittrick 
Virginia Mann 
Rodney Mathers 
Richard Minkler 
Robert Neill 
Rodney Parvin 
Nancy Pease 
William Peckham 
Elizabeth Powell 
Anastasios Rail is 
Helen Reeds 



Jean Scott 
John Slothower 
Bettie Lou Smith 
Robert Stapley 
Constance Stevens 
Dorothey Taylor 
Francis Trotter 
Robert Udick 
John Westlund 
John White 
Leonel White 
John Williams 
Roger Williams 
Conrad Wilson 
George Whitney 
Nick Yeonopolus 




CLASS OF 1948 



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RONALD AGGSON 
Fort Morgan, Colo. 



EUGENE ALBO 

Pueblo 



MARION ATWOOD 

Colorado Springs 



EVELYN BENSING 
Manitou Springs 



RICHARD BOCK 

Colorado Springs 



TURZA BRISCOE 
Colorado Springs 



KARL BUEHLER 

San Marino, Calif. 



DOLORES BUNKER 
Colorado Springs 



GEORGE BURRIS 
Pueblo 



ROBERT BURROWS 

Reading, Mass. 



ERNEST CARLUCCI 
Fruita, Colo. 



ALMA JEAN DILLINGHAM 
Colorado Springs 



LE ROY ELLINWOOD 

Colorado Springs 



ANNE EPENETER 
Palisade, Colo. 



MELISSA EVANS 
Hollywood, Colo. 



VIRGINIA FERGUSON 
Pueblo 



CHARLES FREDERICKS 

Colorado Springs 



BEVERLY GEIGER 

Chevy Chase, Md. 



MARGARET GILBERT 
Long Island, N. Y. 



THEODOSIA HALL 
Lake Forest, III. 



GORDON HILL 
Pueblo 



FRED HOFFMAN 
Colorado Springs 



GEORGE HOFFNEISTER 

Imperial, Nebr* 



HARRY HOTH 

St. Louis, Mo. 



HELOISE JONES 
Canon City, Colo. 



MARTHA KEENER 
Colorado Springs 



HAZEL KING 
Eaton, Colo. 



MIXIE KITAZAK1 
Glencoe, 111, 



MARJORIE KOPFMAN 
Center, Colo. 



JOHN LAW 
Highland Park, III. 



WILLIAM LE BARON 

Colorado Springs 



GWENDOLYN LEITZINGER 
Hotchkiss, Colo. 



BETH LIEURANCE 
Thermopolis, Wyo. 










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JANICE LONG 
Evanston, 111. 



HENRY LOOMIS 
Wayne, Pa. 



ROBERT MAHAN 
Colorado Springs 



VIRGINIA MANN 
Denver 



CAROLINE MILBANK 
Grants Pass, Ore. 



JOHN MULKEY 
Hannibal, Mo. 



SUSAN NESBIT 
St. Paul, Minn. 



JO ANN OSBORN 
Colorado Springs 



MARY LOU PARKER 
Denver 




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GLORIA PINNEY 




Kremmling 


Colo. 






DORCAS REED 

Wichita. Kans. 






NANCY ROBERTS 






Denver 








WILLIAM 
Pueblo 


SA)BEL 






ROBERT SCHWARTZ 

Colorado Springs 






DORIS SHERMAN 
Colorado Springs 


CHARLOTTE TIBBITS 
Fort Morgan, Colo. 






JEAN THAYER 
Waukegan, 111. 






ROBERT THOMPSON 

Madison, Conn. 



GLENN VAN SCHOONEVALD 
Denver 



JAMES WAGONER 

Colorado Springs 



IRA WATERMAN 
Colorado Springs 



WINSTON WHITNEY 
Colorado Springs 



CORA WOODSON 

Colorado Springs 







CLASS OF 1949 



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NORMA JEAN ABPLANALP 
Florence, Colo. 



GEORGE ALLEBRAND 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



JAMES ALLURED 
Oak Park. 111. 



LEE BAKER 

Colorado Springs 



JOAN BASS 
Colorado Springs 



WILLIAM BARRETT 
Craig, Colo. 



BETTY BRAHAM 
Joliet, 111. 



JANE BRAHAM 
Joliet, 111. 



DEAN BROWN 
Glen Ellen, 111. 



JACQUELINE BURKEY 
Chicago 



RAYMOND CARR 
Yonkers, N. Y. 



CYNTHIA CARY 
Steamboat Springs, Colo. 



MARY CATLETT 
Colorado Springs 



JESSICA CHALFANT 
Washington, Pa. 



JEANNE CHRISTIAN 
Winnetka, 111. 



ROBERT COSGROVE 
Spokane, Wash. 



LUCRETIA DOBLE 
New Rochelle, N. Y. 



JEANNE ELLINWOOD 
Colorado Springs 



MARGARET FAST 
Colorado Springs 



JOYCE FOWLER 
Colorado Springs 



DUANE GRISHAM 
Colorado Springs 



DONALD HARNISH 

San Marino, Calif. 



JOANNE HELLSTROM 
Wilmctte, 111. 



JO ANN HILL 
Colorado Springs 



JANE ANNE JOHNSON 
Aurora, III. 



ROBERT KNIGHT 

Colorado Springs 



DONAMARIE KRAUSE 
Lincoln, Nebr. 



KATHRYN KUBIK 

Wichita, Kans. 



BAKER LAMBERT 
Canton, 111. 



HELEN LOBBAN 
Colorado Springs 



james McCarthy 

Manitou 



NANCY MAQUIRE 
Cambridge, Mass. 



DEA MARSHALL 
Colorado Springs 



SHIRLEY MAURER 
Friona, Tex. 



ADOLPH MAY 
Little Rock, Ark. 



BEVERLY MERRILL 

Thermopolis, Wyo. 



JAMES MILMOE 
Pittsburgh 



CHARLES NEILL 
Hotchkiss, Colorado 



O. KERR PRICE 
Pitts, Pa. 



STANLEY RICE 
Denver 



SUSANNA SABIN 
Denver 



KATHERINE SANDERS 
Chicago 





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JOYCE SEAQRIST 
Aurora, 111. 



MARY SHOEMAKER 
Colorado Springs 



MARION SPEAR 
Alexandria, Va. 



HELEN STAFFANOU 
Gnnnell, la. 



BARBARA STARK 
Wynnewood, Pa. 



HAROLD STAUFFER 
Colorado Springs 



NANCY STEPHENS 

Tucson, Ariz. 



MARY LOU THOMPSON 
Waukegan, 111. 



RUTH TUTTEN 
St. Augustine, Fla. 



RUTH TWOMBLY 
Susanville, Calif. 



VERNE TWOMBLY 
Susanville, Calif. 



SHERIDAN UNDERWOOD 
Gary, Ind. 



JACKIE VAN HOLT 
Colorado Springs 



SHIRLEY WHEELER 
Chicago 



VERNON WISHART 

Carstairs, Alberta, Canada 



SHIRLEY WOOLFENDEN 

Dearborn, Mich. 



JOAN YOUNGS 
Highland Park, 111. 



WILLIAM ZINLY 
Colorado Springs 



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CLASS OF 1950 





JOHN ALDERMAN 

Colorado Springs 



SUZANNE ANDERSON 
Northbrook, 111. 



DORIS ATHEY 

Bluffton. Ind. 



JOAN AUTREY 
Denver, Colo. 



MAX BARTLETT 
Colorado Springs 



LAVERN BAXTER 
Colorado Springs 



WILLIAM BENNER 
W.lmette, 111. 



R. C. BLACKBURN 
Evanston, 111. 



PRUDENCE BOUTIN 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



ANITA BRAINERD 
Colorado Springs 



BARBARA BRIN 
Boston, Mass. 



ROBERT BURCH 

Pueblo 



DANA BUTLER 
Charleston, W. Va. 



DUA1NE BYMASTER 
Colorado Springs 



ANNE CARPENTER 
Piedmont, Calif. 







JEANNE CHANDLER 
Oak Park, 111. 



JOYCE CHARLES 

Ridgway, Colo. 



LEUCRETIA CHARLES 
Roek Springs, Wyo. 



BET TIE CHEEVER 
Colorado Springs 



ROBERT CHINN 
Pueblo, Colo. 



PRESCOTT CLEMENT 
New Haven, Conn. 



GLEN COLEMAN 

Colorado Springs 



JOHN CONNELLY 

Lamar, Colo. 



JEAN COOPER 

Evergreen, Colo. 



JOAN CRAMBLIT 
Ottuwa, Iowa 



HORACE DAY 

Denver 



RUDOLPH DOWNING 

Detroit, Mich. 



JUDITH DUNHAM 
Colorado Springs 



JEANETTE ELLIOTT 
Chicago, III. 



ERICH ENSTROM 

Grand Junction, Colo. 



DOROTHY FAUBION 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



WILMA FITE 
Lcniar, Colo. 



VERA FLY 
Rush, Colo. 



PAT FOREMAN 
Highland Park, 111. 



HARRY GALLIGAN 

Colorado Springs 



G\LE GEORGE 
Highland Park. 111. 



SHERMAN GRIGGS 
Evanston, 111. 



MARION GURLEY 
Colorado Springs 



BETTY JANE HANGER 
Cynwyd, Pa. 



JANET HAYES 
Minneapolis, Mini 



LEO HILL 
Pueblo 



JEAN HOEL 
Grand junction, Colo. 




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VICTOR HOLMES 

Colorado Springs 



MAYO HOLTMAN 

Colorado Springs 



MARY 1SE 
Greeley, Colorado 



JOHN KEYTE 
Colorado Springs 



JOHN KOSER 
Los Angeles, Calif. 



ROBERT LASSWELL 
Manitou Springs 



francis Mcdonald 

Wichita, Kansas 



NORMA McINNIS 
San Marino, Calif. 



JOY MALONE 

Richmond Heights. Mo. 



PATRICIA MARTIN 

Los Angeles, Calif. 



COLLEEN MEYERS 
Colorado Springs 



JOHN MIGHT 

Colorado Springs 





GEORGE MILHOAN 

Colorado Springs 




ROBERT MILLER 
Pueblo 



HAWTHORNE MILLS 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 



CYNTHIA MILTON 
St. Louis, Mo. 



WILLIAM MURRAY 
Colorado Springs 



NANCY MUNRO 
Kearney, Nebr. 



VIRGINIA NICHOL 
I'm I., l.l. 111. 



CAROL NICHOLS 
Highland Park, 111. 



MARILYN NIELSON 
Park Ridge, III. 



ALICE NORTON 

Princeton, N. J. 



RUTH NUNN 
Denver 



JAMES PARMELEE 
Eden, N. Y. 



RICHARD PFEIFFER 
Durango, Colo. 



CHARLES PLUMB 
South Pasadena, Calif. 



RENEE RAMOND 
Highland Park, 111. 



PHILLIS RAYMOND 
Elmhearst, III. 



JEAN RAMSAY 
Chicago, 111. 



ALICE RICHARDSON 
Lebannon, Ind. 



BEVERLY ROBERTS 
Omaha, Nebr. 



WILLIAM ROARK 

Colorado Springs 



PHILIP SCH1FFELIN 
Glencoe, 111. 



SUE SCHIRMER 
Saginaw, Mich. 



LEE SCHLESSMAN 
Denver 



HELEN SCHOOLEY 
Colorado Springs 



MARCIA SCHREIBER 

Colorado Springs 



BEAU SIEBERT 
Colorado Springs 



JANET SIMPSON 
Colorado Springs 



PAT STARRELS 
Chicago, 111. 



CHAS. STODDARE 
Craig, Colo. 



JAY STONE 
Atlanta, Ga. 





PAT SULLIVAN 
Park Ridge, 111. 



IOHN SULLIVAN 
Park Ridge. 111. 



CATHERINE SWANSON 
Chicago, 111. 



CECIL TAIT 
Colorado Springs 



GEORGE THEODORE 

Colorado Springs 



FRANK TINSLEY 
Colorado Springs 



GENE TOLLBERY 
Arlington, Va. 



EVELYN VAN LOPIK 
Colorado Springs 



WILLIAM VANDENBURG 
Colorado Springs 



CAROL WEIGEN 
Chicago, 111. 



THOMAS WESTERMAN 
Colorado Springs 



JANE WINTERNITZ 
Colorado Springs 



DONNA WOLF 
Wilmettc, 111. 



NANCY WOOLGER 
Chicago, 111. 



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Johanna and Roy Harris 

Cecil Effinger 
Max Lanner 
John C. Wilcox 
Frederick Tooley 
John O. Fundingsland 
Louise Metz 
Myrtle Bridges 
Carol Truax 







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MUSIC 

Pictured on the opening page of this section is Johanna Harris, who has been a visiting pro- 
fessor at Colorado College since 1941. She began her phenomenal career at the age of six, 
and has since had many years of concert, broadcasting and recording experience. During the 
last ten years Johanna Harris has become an outstanding interpreter of contemporary music. 

The gentleman to the right (opening page) is Roy Harris, who has distinguished himself as 
an outstanding American composer. He was twice appointed the Guggenheim Fellow in 1928 
and 1930. and has studied composition under such teachers as Arthur Farwell and Nadia 
Boulanger. Today his works are played by our leading orchestras, recorded for phonograph, 
and are widely discussed in reviews, magazines and books. Roy Harris has been a composer 
in residence at Colorado College since 1943. 

Cecil Effinger joined the Colorado College faculty in 1936. He is an alumnus of the college, 
and has studied composition under Boothroyd and Wagenaar. While in France he was a 
student of Boulanger. His compositions are growing in number and are receiving wide 
recognition. 

Dr. Max Lanner, a recent addition to the music department, was born and educated in Vienna, 
Austria. In Europe he was active as teacher, performer (piano and violin) and conductor. In 
America he has been a concert-accompanist to many outstanding artists. He became a faculty 
member of the college in 1946. 

Myrtle Bridges received her A.B. degree from Colorado College in 1932, and A.M. degree 
in 1935. She has been a member of the Colorado College faculty since 1924. 

Miss Louise Metz received her musical training from Johanna Harris. In 1946 she joined the 
music department as an instructor of piano. 

Mr. Wilcox began his musical career in Detroit, Michigan. In 1908 he moved to Denver, 
Colorado, where he took a foremost position among resident teachers, sang many concerts 
and recitals, directed numerous opera and choral performances, and trained many singers, 
many of whom won high positions as concert, radio and oratorio soloists. Later on. he be- 
came a resident member of the faculty at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. 
In 1943 Mr. Wilcox became a faculty member of the C. C. music department. 

Frederick Tooley is Assistant Professor of voice, and has been a faculty member of the college 
since 1937. He received his B.M. degree from the Eastman School of Music, and M.M. de- 
gree from Northwestern University. 

John Fundingsland is an instructor of the band and Public School music. He received his 
Master's degree from Northwestern University. 

Carol Truax is the Executive Director of the Fine Arts Departments. She has been a member 
of the faculty since 1941. 

EUTERPE 

Every Thursday Euterpe meets in the Carnegie Room where the programs are arranged and 
given by students in the music department. Professors of the department and visiting artists 
of Colorado Springs contribute to the programs. All music students may join the club. 

MEMBERS OF EUTERPE 

Martha Goss Phil Dix Betsy Gilbert 

Dorcus Reed Alice Richardson Dana Butler 

Pat Meirotto Harry McClure George Budinot 

Bill Graves Barbara Dyer Robert Millar 

Marforie Kopfman Carol Welty James Niblock 

Helen Gullord Helene Reinsberg Cecelia Lomo 

Virginia Lindorfer Bill Burnap Betty Braham 

Agnes Wilson Gwendolyn Leitzinger 

Perry Marshall Frank Kirby President: John White 

Marge Daly Phil Kamins Vice President: James Erb 

Arthur Cervi Secretary: Marilyn Yost 




Carol Truax 



Myrtle Bridges 



John Wilcox 






Cecil EfTlnger 



Euterpe 

The Official Music 

Club 



Dr. Max Lanner 




Frederick Tooley 




FINE ARTS CENTER 



Boardman Robinson 



Main Portal of the 
Fine Arts Center 



BOARDMAN ROBINSON 

A close-up of the Fine Arts Center's 
pride, and joy, Boardman Robinson. Born 
in Somerset, Nova Scotia, in 1876, Mr. 
Robinson's life has been a useful, and in- 
teresting one. He first studied in Boston, 
then in Paris. Colarossi, Academie Julieu, 
The Beaux Arts. Often suffered poverty, 
and loneliness. Married Sally Whitney. 
They have two sons. Jack and Bartlett. 
Robinson was art editor of vogue in 1906. 
Besides from numerous illustrations, car- 
toons, exhibitions, and a biography the 
above is only a small chunk from the 
artists' life. Considered one of the finest 
American artists we have today, it will 
be with sorrow that those who knew him 
here in Colorado Springs, will watch 
Boardman Robinson leave for California, 
this June. 




Front Entrance of Fine Arts Center 
Instructor and Pupil 



The Main Gallery 
Advanced Students Working on a Mural 




Design Class 



Students and Painting "Solomon and David' 




MODERN DANCE 

On the upper left is a picture of Elizabeth Waters who says, "Dance directs 
the whole impetus to live,'' and she supports her philosophy by devoting her 
entire career to bringing the dance to all people, not just the privileged few. 
"Art must never be precious, it must spring healthy wholesome, lusty — for 
enjoyment's sake." 

Miss Waters was born in Salem, Oregon. Her training in dance began at the 
Perry Mansfield School in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She received a fel- 
lowship at the Hanya Holm School New York City, and later became an 
assistant with a Holm professional group and danced as soloist with a Holm 
concert company. She also worked with the Denishawn School under Ruth 
St. Denis. 

Elizabeth Waters has taught as guest instructor in a number of colleges and 
for the past several years has maintained a studio in Santa Fe where she con- 
ducted a children's "creative workshop" during summers when not on tour 
and not on teaching assignment. Her teaching has been interspersed with 
numerous concert tours throughout the country. 

The summer of 1940, Miss Waters formed Dancers en Route. They "barn- 
stormed" the whole country, and performed in both large cities and small. 
They found an audience, hitherto unfamiliar with modern dancing, did exist 
and was enthusiastic about their work. The musical accompaniment to their 
dances, too, reflects both verve and mature ability. Among the composers 
to whose music they dance are Ravel, Bartok, Ibert, — all contemporary com- 
posers; and the modern jazz composers McCoy, Scott, Higginbotham, and 
Gershwin; and Calypso music from the island of Trinidad. Various percus- 
sion instruments, an accordian, zither, piano and recordings give spirit to the 
performances. 

Here, at Colorado College, Miss Waters has injected this spirit in her dance 
classes. She gives her pupils a progressive outlook on all things of today not 
only dance. It is profitable to all. 

On the lower left hand corner is one of her pupils, George Budinot, and on the 
right is Jane Ann Johnson. 







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Mary Ann Johnson 




Helen Isaac, Beverly Roberts, Jane Ann Johnson and Mary Blunt Demonstrating a Routine 



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This is our chapel. We all assemble here each Tuesday morn- 
ing, it being generally accepted that whether we are Catholic, 
Protestant, Jewish, white, yellow or colored, we all believe in 
one God, the creator of the universe. That He governs it by 
His Providence. That He ought to be worshiped. That the 
most acceptable service we render to Him is doing good to 
His other children. This we accept but are we in error? 

The worst of errors is to believe that any one religion has the 
monopoly on goodness. For every man, that religion is good 
which makes him gentle, upright and kind. In view of this 
we must carefully avoid prejudices that frequently arise among 
the student body and occasionally among the faculty, and not 
only here but where ever people are associated in large groups. 

This is Colorado College in the United States. Here we do 
well to leave each to his own conviction, a conviction if strong 
enough will bring indefinable beauty into faces and hearts 
made of the most common human clay. 




Left to Right, Row 1: Miss Gale, Organist; Mr. Tooley, Director. Row 2: Terese Gorman. Helen Harmon, Mary Graham, Charlotte 
Tihhetts, Ann Carpenter, Dea Marshall. Esther Stone, Donna Wolf. Row 3: Shirley Wheeler, Joan Youngs, Emma Jane Holmes. 
Betty Braham. Barbara Fierke, Margaret Fast. Jean Ell in wood, Jaqueline Van Valin, Renee Raymond, Gwendolyn Leitzinger. Esther 
Grunsfeld. Row 4: Dorcus Reed, Judy Dunham. Barbara MacPherson . Jane Braham, Ruth Twombly, Barbara Dyer, George Mellor, 
James Erb, Harry Townsley, Betty Shubert. Mary Epler, Sheila Evans, Mary Lou Parker, Dorothy Ernst. Row 5: Vera Fly. 
Louise Wagh, Shirley Landen, Kate Kimbaul, Patty Grier, Mary Ellen Cosgrove, Marshall Sanders, Victor Holmes, Francis De Marco, 
Betty Lou Cheever, Ellen Knowlton, Jane Pollock, La Von Rouse, Norma Bartizel. Row 6: Patsy Younger, Wilson Gateley, Horton 
Johnson, John H. Price, Dale Kemper, Eugene Passmore, Reed Hoi lister, Turza Briscol . Margaret Brown. Not shown; William 
Herlocker, Helen Kiech, Joy Malone, Virginia Paris, Susannah Sabin, Peggy Scott. S. T. Vecchione. 



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Colors: Pink and Blue 



Flower: Rose 



Founded: 1839 



MEMBERS 



Dick Alexander Cleveland, Mississippi 

Bob Burrows North Reading, Massachusetts 

Bill Callahan Colorado Springs 

William Spike' Edwards Wray, Colorado 

Ken Griffin Howell, Michigan 

Boh Henri Chicago, Illinois 

Jack Henson Pasadena, California 

Reed Hollistcr Colorado Springs 

John Holm Golden, Colorado 

Bob Knight Colorado Springs 

Paul O'Brien Richland, Washington 

Arthur Pip " Padella Oakville, Connecticut 

Dave Pound Pueblo, Colorado 

Bernie Ryan Platte, Nebraska 

I l.il St.iiiffi-r Durango. Colorado 

Robert "Speed Williams Pueblo, Colorado 

Warren Boudinot.... Davenport, Iowa 

Martin Bunker Pasadena, California 

Don Cameron. Fort Wayne, Indiana 

Ray Carr Yonkcrs, New York 

Ed Chapman Borger, Texas 

Tom Claffcy Wilmctte, Illinois 

Don Clamp El Paso, Texas 



Jim Creighton Galesburg, Illinois 

Tom Davis Portland, Colorado 

Sidney Flook Chicago. Illinois 

Bill Glass Denver, Colorado 

William Goodner Colorado Springs 

Clint Howard Colorado Springs 

Bob Larson West Salem, Wisconsin 

Lee Lincoln Denver, Colorado 

Harlow "Hank'' Loomis Wayne, Pennsylvania 

Bill Millikan Lyndon, Illinois 

Fred Morath Colorado Springs 

Max Morath Colorado Springs 

Rod Parvin Naberth, Pennsylvania 

Jim Smith Colorado Springs 

Quinten Springer Durango, Colorado 

Howard Van DeCar Colorado Springs 

Don Walberg Dixon, Illinois 

Ken Wilson Pueblo, Colorado 

John Ziegler Denver, Colorado 

John Zorack Colorado Springs 

Edgar "Ebo" Johnson Gainesville, Florida 

Jack Kaye Wilmette, Illinois 




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Color: Royal Purple 



Flower: Purple Clematis 



Founded: 1848 



MEMBERS 



George Allebrand Los Angeles, California 

Wilbur Baker Colorado Springs 

Maurice Blakely Colorado Springs 

Warren Blakely Colorado Springs 

Richard Brickell Colorado Springs 

Arthur Cervi Denver, Colorado 

Box ley Cole Colorado Springs 

Hugh Connell Sadsburyville, Pennsylvania 

James Cook Colorado Springs 

James Cosgrove Connecticut 

Edward Ellin wood Colorado Springs 

Worth Freeman Amarillo, Texas 

Richard Fryer Morgan Park, Illinois 

William Glidden Colorado Springs 

Leslie Goss Colorado Springs 

John Gray Pagosa Springs, Colorado 

Roger Greggs San Francisco, California 

Curtiss Hart Waterbury. Connecticut 

Frank Hay ford Carmel, California 

Robert Hedblom Colorado Springs 

Theodore Hohl Colorado Springs 

Howard Hushion Montreal, Canada 

Roy Lilja Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Thomas McCann Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

James Milmoe Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Harold McGovern Pueblo, Colorado 

Charles Milne Denver, Colorado 

Fred Minuth Morgan Park, Illinois 

Edward Long Evanston. Illinois 

Robert Neill Colorado Springs 

Samuel Newton Sioux City, Iowa 

John Norwood Lccompton, Kansas 

Nowal Peterson Denver. Colorado 

Robert Pringle Morgan Park, Illinois 



Robert Rawlings Las Animas, Colorado 

Robert Schwartz Denver, Colorado 

Harry Scurr Colorado Springs 

Calden Stitt Denver, Colorado 

Robert Stockdale Colorado Springs 

John Taylor Denver, Colorado 

David Tibbott Newton Centre, Massachusetts 

Melvin Tucker Colorado Springs 

Edward Varga Denver, Colorado 

Donn Vornholt Colorado Springs 

James Wagoner Colorado Springs 

John Westlund Evanston, Illinois 

David Winternitz Colorado Springs 

Miles Barrett Craig, Colorado 

Ralson Bauer Ely, Minnesota 

Richard Bond Hobart, Indiana 

Frank Hamilton Southbridge, Massachusetts 

Stan Kalan Ely, Minnesota 

Bill Latch Dallas, Texas 

John Law Highland Park, Illinois 

John Leisure San Marino, California 

Bud Maytag Colorado Springs 

Lloyd McCue Canistota, South Dakota 

Jack McCullough Colorado Springs 

George Milhoan Colorado Springs 

Alexander Newsom Colorado Springs 

Jim Reeves Dallas, Texas 

Kennith Rump Morgan Park, Illinois 

John Sullivan Park Ridge, Illinois 

Sheridan Underwood Gary, Indiana 

Joseph Van Kirk Munkel, Pennsylvania 

Glenn Van Schooneveld Denver, Colorado 

Ted Whitzcl Miami, Florida 



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Flower: White Carnation 



MEMBERS 



Founded: 1848 



Wayne Adamson Colorado Springs 

Lowell Collins Denver, Colorado 

James Allured Oak Park, Illinois 

William Crosby Montgomery, Alabama 

Clay Apple Long view, Texas 

John George Van Nuys, California 

Grover Carpenter Attica, Kansas 

Ivil Carver Ensign, Kansas 

Robert Cosgrove Spokane, Washington 

George Ewonus Melville. Saska 

John Folsom Salina, Kansas 

John Hall Frederick, Maryland 

Rex Hester Pisgah, Iowa 

Fred Arthur Colorado Springs 

Harry Hoth St. Louis, Missouri 

William McFarland Denver, Colorado 

Norman Ncstlerode Barrington, Illinois 

William Nestlerodc Barrington, Illinois 

William Noll Colorado Springs 



Bill Pettit Kansas City, Missouri 

William Pfeiffer Durango, Colorado 

Eaton Smith Denver, Colorado 

Robert Tritt Colorado Springs 

Robert Udick Colorado Springs 

George Whitney Colorado Springs 

Ralph Wilson Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

William Jamison Wheaton, Illinois 

Louis Kinkel Fort Morgan, Colorado 

James Laird Colorado Springs 

James Lamb Estacada, Oregon 

Edmund Lambert Canton, Illinois 

William Moses Manitou Springs, Colorado 

John Panter La Junta, Colorado 

Richard Rowell Winnepeg, Manchester, Canada 

James Ryan Colorado Springs 

Robert Schaper Colorado Springs 

Lin wood Wellington Caribou, Maine 




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Colors: Scarlet. White and Green 

Flower: Lily of the Valley 



Founded: 1869 



MEMBERS 



Charles Below Santa Monica, Calif. 

Michael Sawrence Biega Montreal, Canada 

Richard George Bock Colorado Springs 

Don Warren Bogren Colorado Springs 

Dan Edward Cloud Rapid City. S. D. 

Robert Joseph Colpitts Spokane. Wash. 

James Bismark Cook Colorado Springs 

Ellsworth Schuyler Cotton Detroit. Michigan 

Joseph Wiley Craighead Pueblo, Colo. 

Louis Paul Pacella Montreal, Quebec 

Charles Dcrman Fredericks Colorado Springs 

George Frederick Hoffmeister Imperial, Nebraska 

Donald Jefferson Hoit Los Angeles 

Charles William Hula Plattsmouth, Nebraska 

Hugh Carmichael Hull Columbus, Montana 

Robert Francis Jackson, Jr Lexington, Missouri 

Gilbert Evans Bechtol Eureka, Utah 

Frank Thomas Benson Opportunity, Washington 

Loran Roland Burnett Wavcrly, Illinois 

Eldon Paul Crissman Colorado Springs 

Robert Joseph Field Langdon, North Dakota 

William Eugene Gandy Bloomficld, Iowa 

Robert W. Gaut Denver, Colorado 

Jean Frances Hoel Grand Junction, Colorado 

Paul Calvin Keating... Lovcland, Colorado 

James Harvey Kinder Imperial, Nebraska 

John Spencer Light Colorado Springs 



Robert Watkins Kellogg, Jr. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Chester I. Long Wiley, Colorado 

George I. W. Long Wiley, Colorado 

Joseph Charles Mcncin, Jr Pueblo, Colorado 

Eathen Emil Miller Willeston, North Dakota 

Charles Rector Neill, Jr Hotchkiss, Colorado 

O. K. Price Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Duane N. Quamme Colorado Springs 

Sydney Merrill Rhea Colorado Springs 

Stanley Leader Rice Denver, Colorado 

George William Whallon Lancaster, Pennsylvania 

Val Keene Whitacre Plainview, Texas 

Kenneth Sheridan Wilson Colorado Springs 

LIrlcss Dean Wray Colorado Springs 

Nick Yconopolus Colorado Springs 

Louis Everett Martin, Jr Los Angeles, California 

Adolph D. May Little Rock, Arkansas 

James Ray McBride Colorado Springs 

Edward Guy McRae Dolores, Colorado 

John Francis Mitchell Portland, Oregon 

Stanley Provcnza Salida, Colorado 

Charles Elvin Ryan Eldora, Iowa 

Thomas Murthy Stoker Shelby, Iowa 

Brycc Edward Tracy Rochester, Minnesota 

William Andrews Urban Buffalo, New York 




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Colors: Blue and Gold 



Flower: White Rose 



Founded: 1855 



MEMBERS 



Ronald B. Aggson Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Walter D. Baker Colorado Springs 

James C. Boyden Colorado Springs 

Daniel B. Buckly Colorado Springs 

Karl H. Buehler San Marino, California 

William C. Bush Denver, Colorado 

John J. Daly Wayne, Pennsylvania 

Richard P. Day Nampa, Idaho 

Francis L. DeMarco Colorado Springs 

Philip N. Eakins Colorado Springs 

Albert T. Ferguson Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Calvin R. Flannigan Montrose, Colorado 

Harold G. French Glendale, California 

Frederick R. Funk Colorado Springs 

Ralph M. Gately Winnetka, Illinois 

Warren E. Goodnight Denver, Colorado 

Richard N. Graham Englewood, Colorado 

John T. Haggin Denver, Colorado 

Donald P. Harnish San Marino, California 

Samuel E Hopper Pocatello, Idaho 

Robert H. Hoscman Denver, Colorado 

John W. Howland Port Chester, New York 

Jack B. Kcyte Colorado Springs 

Henry C. Klingman ..Buffalo, New York 

Harold R. La Porte Loj Angeles, California 

J. lines R. McCarty Manitou Springs, Colorado 

William J. McGinnis Dallas, Texas 

Robert Donohuc Mahan Colorado Springs 

George P. Mellor Colorado Springs 

John C Jeurink 

John E. Steele 



Donald I. Milton Paola, Kansas 

Richard J. Minkler Edgewood, Iowa 

William R. Moery Pueblo, Colorado 

Charles P. Morrow Colorado Springs 

John E. Mulkey Hannibal, Missouri 

Eugene A. Neal Colorado Springs 

Malcolm E. Nicoll Colorado Springs 

Richard B. Otte Littleton, Colorado 

John A. Overman Greeley, Colorado 

Jackson A. Parker Rawlins, Wyoming 

William D. Peckham Colorado Springs 

James M. Preston Greeley, Colorado 

Robert C. Price Englewood, Colorado 

Paul R. Remaley Portland, Oregon 

Karl F. Roehrig Colorado Springs 

Charles L. Roper Colorado Springs 

Clement H. Roy Virginia, Minnesota 

Edwin E. Scott Portland, Oregon 

Herbert T. Siebert Colorado Springs 

John F. Slothower Colorado Springs 

Billy Mack Smith Gorman, Texas 

Bruce C. Stewart Yorktown, Saskatchewan, Canada 

Kenneth E. Thiede Denver, Colorado 

William D. Tuttcn St. Augustine, Florida 

Herbert H. Vandemoer Denver, Colorado 

Robert B. Wcndelken Colorado Springs 

Glenn H. Williams Ralston, Nebraska 

William R. Zinky Colorado Springs 



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Bottom Row: Dunn, Bymaster, Creighton, Ormsby, Coons, Blagg, Florsheim. 

Back Row: Fisher, Daggett, unknown, Pair, Bookman, Eve. Wishart, Persons, Hudnall. 



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Colors: Black and Gold 



Flower: Black and Gold Pansy 



Founded: 1870 



MEMBERS 



Donna Aleshire Evanston, Illinois 

Joan Armstrong Kirkwood, Missouri 

Gail Barr ...Chama, New Mexico 

Martha Barton Denver, Colorado 

Nancy Bryson Colorado Springs 

Lois Cooley Evanson, Illinois 

Marian Crowder Denver. Colorado 

Judy Dunham Los Angeles, California 

Emma Lee Fay.. Evansville, Indiana 

Johnnie Gazvini Loveland, Colorado 

Betsy Gilbert.... ...New York City, New York 

Helen Holmes Littleton, Colorado 

Helen Isaac Colorado Springs 

Heloise Jones Canon City, Colorado 

Rosemary Keeley.. River Forest, Illinois 

Dorothy Kempshall Winnetka, Illinois 

Hazel King Eaton, Colorado 

Sue Anderson Northbrook, Illinois 

Ann Carpenter. Piedmont, California 

Joan Cramblit Ottumwa, Iowa 

Barbara Dyer Downey, California 

Jeannette Elliot Chicago, Illinois 

Gale George Highland Park, Illinois 

Mary Grell. ... Evanston, Illinois 

Pat Grier Evanston, Illinois 

Carol Grismer Oak Park. Illinois 

Barbara Kent Wilmettc, Illinois 

Helen Kiech .... San Marino, California 



Mary Krell St. Niles, Michigan 

Donne Clayton La Rue Hyll Wild, California 

Cathy Lockwood Park Ridge, Illinois 

Betty LeCrone Colorado Springs 

Jane McComb Denver, Colorado 

Virginia Mann Denver, Colorado 

Jackie Petter Waukcgan, Illinois 

Dorcas Purdy New Canaan, Connecticut 

Helen Reeds Blanchard, Oklahoma 

Kay Sanders Chicago, Illinois 

Bettie Lou Smith Denver, Colorado 

Mary Ann Strauch Wilmette, Illinois 

Jean Sutton Evanston, Illinois 

Pat Trotter Colorado Springs 

Barbara Van Deventer Chicago, Illinois 

Shirley Wheeler Chicago, Illinois 

Annette Wilcox Denver, Colorado 

Dorothy Law Denver, Colorado 

Alice Marriott.... White Plains, New York 

Nancy Munro Kearney, Nebraska 

Marilyn Nielson.... Park Ridge, Illinois 

Ruth Nunn Denver, Colorado 

Phyllis Raymond Elm hurst, Illinois 

Peggy Scott Grand Rapids, Michigan 

Louise Sargent Los Angeles, California 

Cynthia Wahle Topeka, Kansas 

Nancy Woolger Chicago, Illinois 








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Colors: Double Brown 



Flower: Pink Carnation 



Founded: 1874 



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Betty Braham Joliet, Illinois 

Jane Braham Joliet, Illinois 

Turza Briscoe Colorado Springs 

Margaret Brown Denver, Colorado 

Sally Buckmaster Evanston, Illinois 

Jacguehne Burkey North Chicago, Illinois 

Joan Cleveland Nc.vtonville, Massachusetts 

Alma Jean Dillingham Colorado Springs 

Marilyn Dunlop Ontario, California 

Mary Theodosia Hall Lake Forest, Illinois 

Mary Epler Los Angeles, California 

Patricia Jensen Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Jane Ann Johnson Aurora, Illinois 

Rose Ann Kipp Colorado Springs 

Billie Lewis Commerce, Oklahoma 

Gloria Millikan Colorado Springs 

Ann Neudorfer Hyland Park, Michigan 



Doris Parker Tulia, Texas 

Anne Payne Palm Beach, Florida 

Helen Pickerill Durango, Colorado 

Jane Pike Mexico D. F., Mexico 

Brelcrc Plettncr Denver, Colorado 

Jean Pollock Elmhurst, Illinois 

Nancy Pollock Elmhurst. Illinois 

Shirley Ryan Lakewood, Colorado 

Susannah Sabin Denver, Colorado 

Constance Stevens St. Louis, Missouri 

Peggy Stocks Chicago, Illinois 

Pauline Studer Chicago, Illinois 

Doralce Swisher Hotchkiss, Colorado 

Jean Thayer Waukegan, Illinois 

Mary Louise Thomson Waukegan, Illinois 

Shirley Woolfenden Dearborn, Michigan 



Elizabeth Apeland Waukegan, Illinois 

Norma Bartizol Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

Prudancc Boutin Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Dean Brown Glen Ellyn. Illinois 

Mary Louise Buckmaster Evanston. Illinois 

Mary Catlett Colorado Springs 

Jessica Chalfant Washington, Pennsylvania 

Patricia Chambers Colorado Springs 

Margaret Jean Chandler Oak Park. Illinois 

Lucretia Charles Rock Springs, Wyoming 

Jeanne Cooper Evergreen, Colorado 

J. met Fiedler Ottuma, Iowa 

Phyllis Foster Colorado Springs 

Jeanne Ham River Forest. Illinois 



Betty Jane Hanger Bala-Cynwyd. Pennsylvania 

Peggy Hatch Pacific Palisades, California 

Patricia Hill Waukegan. Illinois 

P.itricia Kimball Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Patricia Martin Los Angeles, California 

Mary Helen Morrow Jol'.ncon City, Tennessee 

Jeanne Ramsay Chicago, Illinois 

Mary Reddick Rolling Hills. California 

La Von Rouse Chicago. Illinois 

Helen Stevenson Oberlin, Ohio 

Phyllis Traeger Auburn, Washington 

Marjorie Walker Niagara Falls, New York 

Carol Wcigen Chicago, Illinois 




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Colors: Bronze, Pink and Blue 

Flower: Cream-Colored Rose 



Founded: 1874 



MEMBERS 



Margaret Adams Trinidad, Colorado 

Mary Armbruster Aurora, Illinois 

Marion Atwood Colorado Springs 

Virginia Bensinger Glencoe, Illinois 

Natalie Burris Las Vegas, New Mexico 

Gloria Canepa Denver, Colorado 

Jane Crocker Glen view, Illinois 

Jan dimming Washington Iowa 

Jcane Dudley Durango, Colorado 

Dorothy Ernst Corpus Christi, Texas 

Melissa Evans Hollywood, California 

Kitty Feltner Pinedale, Wyoming 

Lydia Filonowicz Woodingham, Detroit 

Shirley Foster Detroit, Michigan 

Joanne Hellstrom Wilmette, Illinois 

Edith Auld Colorado Springs 

Anita Brainerd Santa Monica, California 

Martha Bransom Washington. D. C. 

Re gin a Conway Colorado Springs 

Patsy Dinan Amarillo, Texas 

Delia Dunbar Palo Alto, California 

Judith Dunbar Palo Alto, California 

Margaret Fast Colorado Springs 

Margaret Folsom San Marino. California 

Helen Hawkins Colorado Springs 

J. met Hayes Minneapolis. Minnesota 

Nancy Hoge Colorado Springs 

Marion Hurley Clayton, New Mexico 

Kate Kimball San Marino, California 

Lee Ladish Wauwatosa. Wisconsin 



Barbara Kepner Denver, Colorado 

Kathryn Kubic Wichita. Kansas 

Beth Lieurance Thermopolis, Wyoming 

Georgianna Marlow ....Denver. Colorado 

Betty McDonald Wichita, Kansas 

Margaret Newman San Diego, California 

Alice O'Brian Buffalo, New York 

Nancy Stephens Tucson, Arizona 

Barbara Stroup Salida, Colorado 

Dorothy Stroup Salida, Colorado 

Ruth Tutten St. Augustine. Florida 

Nancy Vandemcer Denver, Colorado 

Cora Woodson Colorado Springs 

Alice Zimmerman Alexandria, Virginia 

Jonny Lesman Chicago, Illinois 

Lou Linn Hotchkiss, Colorado 

Frances McDonald Wichita, Kansas 

Norma Mclnnes San Marino, California 

Colleen Meyers Colorado Springs 

Alice Norton Princeton, New Jersey 

Joy Pcderson Albert Lea, Minnesota 

Sue Schirmer Saginaw, Michigan 

Jean Schryver Colorado Springs 

Janet Simpson Colorado Springs 

Beverly Staley Colorado Springs 

Kay Swanson Chicago, Illinois 

Helen Van Dusen Wichita, Kansas 

Ann Wiedman Denver, Colorado 




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Colors: Dark and Light Blue 



Flower: Fleur-de-lis 



Founded: 1870 



MEMBERS 



Norma Abplanalp Florence, Colorado 

Barbara Beymer Twin Falls, Idaho 

Myrna Blakely Colorado Springs 

Dawn Brittingham Denver, Colorado 

Frances Burritt Denver, Colorado 

Jeanne Christian Winnetka, Illinois 

Betty Craven Bronxville, New York 

Margaret Dennis Denver, Colorado 

Lucretia Doble New Rochelle, New York 

Virginia Ferguson Pueblo, Colorado 

Barbara Fierke Minneapolis, Minnesota 

Vivian Gale Washington, D. C. 

Beverly Geiger Clievy Chase, Maryland 

Ruth Gonser Denver, Colorado 

Elaine Gould Denver, Colorado 

Sandy Graham Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Glendora Hay Des Moines, Iowa 

Dorothy Huleatt Denver, Colorado 

Luella Knight Whcaton, Illinois 

Betty Sue Kurie Colorado Springs 

Elizabeth Lamb Denver, Colorado 



Betty Anne Long Conway, Texas 

Janice Long Evanston, Illinois 

Suzanne Long Ponca City, Oklahoma 

Barbara McPherson Arvada, Colorado 

Caroline Milbank Grants Pass, Oregon 

Marcy Murphy Denver, Colorado 

Susan Nesbit St. Paul, Minnesota 

Mary Lou Parker Denver, Colorado 

Polly Preston St. Joseph, Michigan 

Joanne Richards Bakersfield, California 

Dorothy Richardson Grinnell, Iowa 

Nancy Roberts Denver, Colorado 

Barbara Stark Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 

Shirley Stewart Colorado Springs 

Phyllis Sundquist Gr-nd Junction, Colorado 

Charlotte Tibbets Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Enid Turner Covina, California 

Jane Wilson Colorado Springs 

Mary Ann Woodward Greeley, Colorado 

Joan Youngs Highland Park, Illinois 



Janet Anderson Fort Morgan, Colorado 

Marilyn Bane Denver, Colorado 

Beverly Coleman Colorado Springs 

Jeanne Craig Wc:,t 1 iartford, Connecticut 

Patricia Fisher Colorado Springs 

Marjorie Gilliland Las Animas, Colorado 

Nancy Harkness Glencoe. Illinois 



Jean Hoel Grand Junction, Colorado 

Emma Jane Holmes Lansing, Michigan 

Mary Ise Greeley, Colorado 

Grctchen Schcnck Colorado Springs 

Joyce Seagrist Aurora, Illinois 

Shirley Gene Smith Denver, Colorado 

Evelyn Van Lopik Colorado Springs 



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Row 1: Joan Bass, Marjorie Kopfman, Marion Spear, Ann Epeneter, Pat Sonnekson, Marian Brown. 

Row 2: Charlotte Ellis, Barbara Brin, Natalie Acton, Betty Eastman, Anita Herman, Betty Handy, Alice Richardson, Carol 

Nicholas, Joan Autrey, Caryl Spiegel, Cynthia Milton, Rennee Ramond, Ann Hunt. 
Row 3: Marjorie Thompson, Esther Grunsfeld, Mary Ruble, June Maurer, Mary E. Cosgrove, Ruth Yates, Very Fly, Helen 

Harmon, Helen Schooley, Rosemary Fuller, Helen Lobban, Pat Starrels, Marcia Schreiber, Joyce Charles, Marybell 

Mclntire, Earlene McKenzie, Mill Donaldson. 
Row 4: Clarice Hads, Dorothy Dockstader, Sheila Evans, Dorothy Faubion, Lorrie Bunker, Shirley Sheffner, Jane Pollock, 

Pat Kahn, Ann Sawle, Coralene Connell, Dusty Krause, Carmen Brownlee, Doris Simonson, Betty Schubert. 
Row 5: Jean Holmes, Joanne Levy, Esther Stone, Elizabeth Des Jardins, Mixie Kitazaki, Genevieve Kuykendall, Helen Sparling. 

INDEPENDENT WOMEN 



OFFICERS 

June Maurer President 

Marjorie Kopfman .-..Vice-President 

Sally Littell Secretary 

Pat Sonnekson... Athletic Chairman 

Carmen Brownlee Treasurer 

Donamarie Krause Publicity Chairman 

Marion Spear Social Chairman 

Miss Agnes Donaldson ....Advisor 



A. W. S. REPRESENTATIVES 

Mixie Kitazaki 

Joanne Levy 



W. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES 
Pat Sonnekson 
Mixie Kitazaki 



STUDENT COUNCIL 

REPRESENTATIVES 

June Maurer 

Nadine Carver 

Marjorie Kopfman 



INDEPENDENT WOMEN 



Natalie Acton Colorado Springs 

Joan Autrey Denver, Colorado 

Joan Bass Colorado Springs 

Helen Beall Colorado Springs 

Sally Beckstead Cleveland Heights. Ohio 

feanne Bederman Winnetka, Illinois 

Mary Blunt Colorado Springs 

Barbara Brin Boston, Massachusetts 

Marian Brown Colorado Springs 

Carmen Brownlee Silver City. New Mexico 

Dolores Bunker Colorado Springs 

Bobette Carver Colorado Springs 

Nadine Carver Colorado Springs 

Joyce Charles Ridgway, Colorado 

Coralene Connell Waukeshe, Wisconsin 

Mary Ellen Cosgrove Washington, D. C. 

Elizabeth Des Jardins Phillipsburg. Kansas 

Dorothy Dockstader Colorado Springs 

Mary Eastman Colorado Springs 

Joan Earl Melrose, Massachusetts 

Jeanne Ellinwood Colorado Springs 

Charlotte Ellis Claremont, California 

Ann Epeneter Palisade, Colorado 

Shiela Evans Buffalo, New York 

Dorothy Faubion Los Angeles, California 

Vera Fly ...Rush, Colorado 

Rosemary Fuller Ossining, New York 

Esther Grunsfeld Chicago, Illinois 

Clarice Hads Holly, Colorado 

Betty Handy Greencastle, Indiana 

Jane Hawkins Yampa, Colorado 

Anita Herman Colorado Springs 

Jo Ann Hill Colorado Springs 

Ann Hunt Fort Belvoir, Virginia 

Patricia Kahn Denver, Colorado 

Mixie Kitazaki Glencoe, Illinois 

Ellen Knowlton Schenectady, New York 

Marjorie Kopfman Center, Colorado 

Donamarie Krause Lincoln, Nebraska 

Genevieve Kuykendall Colorado Springs 

Joanne Levy Chicago, Illinois 

Sarah Littell Colorado Springs 

Helen Lobban Colorado Springs 

Nancy Maguire Cambridge, Massachusetts 

June Maurer Friona, Texas 

Shirley Maurer Friona, Texas 

Mary bell Mclntire Colorado Springs 

Shirley Mclntyre Grand Junction, Colorado 

Earlene McKenzie.... Colorado Springs 



Beverly Merrill Thermopolis, Wyoming 

Patricia Middelkamp Pueblo, Colorado 

Elsie Mihelich Colorado Springs 

Cynthia Milton St. Louis, Missouri 

Agnes Nellesen Colorado Springs 

Virginia Nichol Pittsfield, Illinois 

Mary Orth Trinidad, Colorado 

Jo Ann Osborn Colorado Springs 

Betty Philpott Denver, Colorado 

Gloria Pinney Kremmling, Colorado 

Jane Pollock Chicago, Illinois 

Renee Ramond Highland Park, Illinois 

Betty Reid Evanston, Illinois 

Charlene Reuben Denver, Colorado 

Mary Ruble Santa Fe, New Mexico 

Ann Sawle Kenilworth, Illinois 

Helen Schooley Colorado Springs 

Marcia Schreiber Colorado Springs 

Gloria Schroyer Michigan City, Indiana 

Mary Jo Seymour Colorado Springs 

Shirley Sheffner Elgin, Illinois 

Ruth Shubert Montrose, Colorado 

Doris Simonson Colorado Springs 

Patricia Sonnekson Colorado Springs 

Helen Sparling Colorado Springs 

Marion Spear Alexandria, Virginia 

Caryl Spiegal Winnetka, Illinois 

Patricia Starrels Chicago, Illinois 

Esther Stone Colorado Springs 

Marjorie Thompson Greeley, Colorado 

Diana Thurber Colorado Springs 

Ruth Twombly Colorado Springs 

Annette Weiss Chicago, Illinois 

Carol Welty Denver, Colorado 

Ruth Yates Colorado Springs 

Marilyn Yost North Platte, Nebraska 

Carol Nicholas Highland Park, Illinois 

Barbara Kearney Chicago, Illinois 

Jean Kerns Denver, Colorado 

Betty Ann Sturgeon Chicago, Illinois 

Jacgueline Von Holdt Wheatridgc, Colorado 

Carolyn Boda Dayton, Ohio 

Shirley Landen Dayton, Ohio 

Joyce Fowler Colorado Springs 

Jean Scott Latham, Missouri 

{Catherine MacLain Colorado Springs 

Jacquelyn Van Valin Denver, Colorado 

Betty Fisher Chicago, Illinois 



PHI BETA KAPPA 




Bottom Row: Hudnall, Latimer, Ratliff, Preston, Morath. Trotter. 
Row 2: Cass, Kearns, Hall Coash, Brookshire, Cassell, Poroda. 
Row 3: Latimer, Ellis, Berger, Jakimowitz, Sisam, Maurer, Ross. 
Row 4: Weimer, Fauteaux, Holbrook, Malone, Knapp, Krutzke. 



DELTA EPSILON 



The Board of Electors of Delta Epsilon, the honorary scientific society, met 
February 26, 1947, and elected the following new members: 

Biology — Albert T. Ferguson, Roy L. McKittrick and David R. Winternitz. 

Chemistry — Addison M. Howland and Henry E. LeBrecht. 

Geology — John K. Cassell, John R. Coash and Thomas P. McCann. 

Mathematics — Doris B. Simonson. 

Physics — Dorothy L. Dockstader. 

Psychology — Martha A. Barton, Leonard Bernstein, Shirley A. Foster, Jack 
P. Hudnall, Charles E. Milne, Richard B. Otte, Helen C. Pickerell, Floyd 
Ratliff, Donn R. Vornholt and Julia Winchcll. 

Candidates for the Masters Degree — Miss Jimmie McCool, and Karl Weiner. 

Faculty — Dr. Richard M. Pearl, Dr. Howard D. Tyner and John Sullivan. 

The Initiation Dinner was held at the Cossitt Hall Dining Room. 

The purpose for which Delta Epsilon was organized is to stimulate interest 
and reward proficiency in research among C. C. students. 

The officers of the organization are: President, Dr. Douglas Bannerman; Vice 
President. Dr. Ralph J. Gilmore; Secretary-treasurer, Dr. Paul E. Boucher; 
Senators. Dr. Don B. Gould and Dean H. E. Mathias. 



HISTORY CLUB 




Back Row: Carr, Egger, Patinkin, Hopper, Wilson, Morath, Creighton, Alexander, Kirby. 
Front Row: Carter, Epeneter, Dunbar, Worner, Joerling, Holmes, Malone. 



WAKUTA 




Seated: Kopfman, Reed, dimming. Holmes, Thayer, Pollack, Kempshall. 
Standing: Kitazaki, Reeds, Roberts, Vandemoer, Evans. 



LENNOX HOUSE BOARD OF CONTROL 




Davis, McNary, Kipp, Dean Rawles, Lamb 

NEWMAN CLUB 




Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



Eastman. Kuykrndall, Sparth. Conway, Sparling, Kcarns, Gilbert, Gorman, Brownlee. 
Baroni. Sullivan, Reynolds. Crabb, Howard, Krause. Hill. 
Cervi, Father Kavanaugh, Allanson, McCann, Egger, Fisher, Purficld, Mitchell, DcMarco, Zorack, Purficld. 



GERMAN CLUB 

Those members of the German classes 
and other students that are interested in 
German comprise this club. Regular 
meetings are held in Hayes House and 
there are discussions of the country — 
Germany and also other topics of inter- 
est pertaining to Allemand, 



Front Row: Yost, Beattie, Mathers, Mclntyre, Lomo, Klingman, Morrow. 
Back Row: Rosenhaupt, Hubble, Worden, Armstrong, Blinder, Clamp, Dunbar. 




PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 




Left to Right: Lewis, Barr, Aleshire, Roberts, Lamb, McDonald; Buckmaster, Dudley not in picture. 

QUADRANGLE ASSOCIATION 




Top Row: Burritt, Reeds. Woodward. Beymer, Thompson, Geiger, Thayer, Vandemoer, McDonald. 
Bottom Row: Crowder. Stevens. Buckmaster. 



ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 




Top Row: Simonson, dimming, Maurer, Hay. Row 3: Kempshall, Smith, Briscoe. Row 2: Starles, Holmes, Stevens, Dinan, 
Parker. Row 1. Kopfman, Kitazaki, Levy, Wilson. 

COLORADO COLLEGE PLAYERS 




Sitting, Left to Right: Hill, Reeds, Sinclair, Fisher, Kofsky, Cheever, Sinclair, Hopper, Wilson, Thaxton. 
Standing: Gilleran, Tyree, Mainville, Harwell, Gaebel. 



RADIO GUILD 




Left to Right: Kofsky, Reeds, Mainville, Wilson, Gilleran, Hopper. 

RED LANTERN CLUB 




Back Row: Haggin, Vandemoer, Day, Tritt, Ewonus, Bunker. Front Row: Udick, Minuth, Smith, Goss. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Zorack, Ziegler, Wilson, Hopper, Stitt, Westlund, Bush, Price, Smith. 

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Seated, Left to Right: Thompson, Long, Smith, Lamb, Carver, Kopfman, McCann, Stauffer, Boydon, Mauer, Coash, Krutzke, 

Wilcox. 
Standing, Left to Right: Grisham, Simcock, Mathias, Jackson. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Standing: Thayer, Evans, Blakely, Vandemoer, Sonnekson. Sitting: Kipp, Kitazaki, Kempshall, Lieurance. 

TIGER CLUB 




Row I, Left to Right: Newman. Thompson, Holmes, Kitazaki, Spear, Sabin, Lamb, Richards. 

Row 2: Parker. Thayer. Crowder. Roberts, Foster. Lieurance, Stroup. Chalfant. 

Row 3: Geiger. Bederman. Reed. Graham. Sutton, Long, Cumming, Reeds, Van Dcventcr, Vandemoer, Evans, Long, Kipp, Levy. 







Enthusiasts Executing Treacherous Ascents 



MOUNTAIN CLUB 

The Colorado College Mountain Club was given a shot in the arm 
this year under the leadership of Vernon Twombly and has gained 
great popularity on the campus. This club presents a grand oppor- 
tunity to those from out of state to see the scenic wonders of 
Colorado. Vernon is the 1946 addition to the famous AdAmAn 
Club. 



A Group of C.C. Mountain Climbers 



Crossing a Dangerous Snow Bank 





Row 1: Glen Blagg, Clint Howard. John Overman, Bob Gout, Hal Patinkin, Duane Grisham. 

Row 2: "Speed" Willeams, Bob Larson, Dick Day, Val Whitacre, Bob Bursiel, Jack Coash, Stan Rice. 

Row 3: Fack Hudnall, Jim Buehler, Bill Bush, Ike Burnett, Bob Udick, Eaton Smith, Bob Tritt, Dan Cloud, "Sonny" Price. 



THE GROWLERS CLUB 

Back at full strength for the first time in four years, the Growlers boosted spirit with tradi- 
tional C. C. rallies, supplemented by postwar innovations. We all remember the "Daybreak 
Dance" at Cossitt, the numerous snake dances through the city, the finale to the Christmas 
Hockey Holidays, and after hour get-together before the Minnesota game. 

The club had its spirit boosted also with the addition of new jackets of a completely new design. 



GROWLERS OFFICERS 

President Bud Nestlerode 

Vice President Stan Rice 

Secretary Bill Bush 

Treasurer... Dan Cloud 



PHI DELTA THETA 



J. Allured 
J. Folsom 
R. Hester 



L. Hill 
H. Hoth 
L. Kinkel 



N. Nestlerode 
W. Nestlerode 
R. Pfeiffer 



W. Pfeiffer 
J. Parmelee 



J. Buehler 
W. Bush 
R.Day 



SIGMA CHI 



P. Eakins 
T. Ferguson 
L. Garrison 



W. Herlocker 
S. Hopper 
W. Moery 



R. Otte 
J. Overman 



G. Allebrand 
P. Fellman 
F. Hamilton 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 



R. Jones 
J. Law 



J. Milmoe 
C. Smeeth 



J. Sullivan 

S. Underwood 

G. Van Schooneveld 



M. Biega 
L. Burnett 
D. Cloud 



KAPPA SIGMA 



R. Gout 
L. Martin 



D.May 
C. Miller 



J. Mitchell 
O. Price 
S. Rice 



M. Bunker 
R. Burrows 
R. Henn 



BETA THETA PI 



C. Howard 
R. Larson 



H. Loomis 
W. Lundberg 



M. Morath 
R. Storey 
W. Storey 



P. Beroni 



STRAY GREEKS 

H. Patinkin 



D. Schnelle 



G. Blagg 
G. Carstens 



INDEPENDENTS 



J. Coash 
D. Grisham 



J. Hudnall 
B. Sinclair 



S. Shikuma 
L. Watson 




Row 1 
Row 2 
Row 3 



John Law, Bill McGinnis. Dick Otte, Bud Nestlerode, Sam Hopper. Rex Hester. 

Bob Henn, Sheridan Underwood, Jim Milmoe, Hank Loomis, Bill Pfeiffer. 

Bruce Sinclair, Ronnie Aggson, "Dutch" Van Schooneveld, Mike Biega, Jack Mitchell, Phil Eakins, "Skip' 



Martin. 



■C" CLUB 




Top of C: Hester, Haggin, French, Day, Goodnight, Pringle, Overman, Steele. Roper, Quamme, Carstens, Folsom, Fryer, 
Van Schooneveld, Schwartz, Taylor, Ewonus, Minuth, Carpenter, Li] ja. La Porte. Underwood, Hushion, Mellor. 
Hopper. Meier, Newson, Turner, Kinnick, Tritt. 

Not Pictured: Vandemoer. 

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Business Manager 

Assistant Editor 

Campus Editor 

Sports Editor 

Coed Editor 

Feature Editor 



Reporters: Mike McGee, Helen Van Dusen, Dorothy Faubion, Frank Kirby, 
Charlene Reuben, Emma Jane Holme, Jo Ann Hill, Jackie Van Holdt, 
Vivian Gale, June Maurer, Nancy Munro, Doris Athey, Jean Hoel, 
Mary Ice, Kay Swanson, Sally Littell, Mary Helen Morrow, Carol 
Gaebel, John Law, Margaret Folsom, Betty Craven, Chuck Parsons. 

Feature Staff: Bill Moery, Jean Hale, Pat Bridwell, Robert Burch, Helen 
Stevenson, Pat Hill, Dave Sproule, Mary Reddick. 

Sports Staff: Hal Wakefield, Ed Scott, Jim Creighton, Ray Carr. 
Production Staff: Norm Nestlerode, Rosemary Fuller, Nancy Munro. 

Coed Staff: Elaine Gould, Shirley Landen, Brelere Plettner, Kittie Catlett, 
Glendora Hay, Caroline Milband. 

Business Staff: Stuart Creighton, Pat Trotter. 




Eaton Smith 



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TIGER CHEER LEADERS 




HAL WHITE 

Head Football 
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Row 1: Brookshire. Minkler, Smith, Siebcrt, Roper, Underwood, Overman, Latch, Bauer, Lilja, 

Watson. Blagg, French. 
Row 2: Manager Hester, Fryer, Pringle, Minuth, Newton, Flanagan. Grisham, Kohlmeier, Remaley, 

La Porte. Goodnight. Tritt, Assistant Coach Goodnight. 
Row 3: Storey, Vandemoer, Viebrock, Stoddard, Wetstone, Kinnick, Norwood, Ziegler, Folsom, 

Florsheim, Coach White. 
Row 4: Van Schooneveld, Day, Mencin, Tullis, Carstens, Steele, Hoag, Haggin. 



FOOTBALL 



The 1946 Football season began three days before registration. 
Colorado College and Peru State met in Penrose Stadium on 
the night of September 20, and beneath the glare of floodlights 
the Tigers rolled up a score of 40 to 7. 

September 28 C. C. maintained their victorious march with a 
1 5 to win over Fort Hayes in Penrose Stadium. 

The following Saturday afternoon on the Washburn Field the 
Bengals and Montana State held each other to a 7 to 7 tie. 
The attack of both teams seemed weak, but the defensive wall 
was terrific 

At Canyon, Texas, on October 12, West Texas State was the 
first to down the Tigers. The final score was a narrow 13 
to 12. 

Bradley University trounced the C. C. team on October 19 at 
Washburn Field. Bradley 20, C. C. 0. 

Colorado College defeated Colorado Aggies with the final 
reading 25 to 12. At Fort Collins, October 26. 



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One of the best basketball teams to represent Colorado College in recent years swept through a twenty-two game schedule with the 
loss of only four games. The Tigers were particularly tough against non-conference foes winning fifteen of sixteen contests, including 
the reversed decision over Bradley University, one of the nation's leading quintets. 

Despite injuries, the Bengals bowled over all early season opponents with ease, except the strong Texas Wesleyan five, who snatched 
a first minute win. In the conference race the Tigers led until the last two-game series against Montana State played at Bozeman. 
The Bobcats twisted the Tiger's tail on successive nights to win the Rocky Mountain Conference title. 

While the season included a number of exciting games with accompanying thrills, the final game of the season against Bradley at 
Peoria provided a fitting climax. The official time piece went on a strike for a minute and a half late in the game and enabled the 
Braves to score a belated field goal in the additional time to go ahead one point. Bradley officials corrected the error later and 
recognized a well-earned 56-55 Colorado College victory. 

Duane Quamme, who played the last half of the season with one hand encased in a protective brace, Rex Hester, and Ted Long 
finished their last season for the Black and Gold. Nick Yeonopolus, Eathan Miller and Ed Scott, along with the "kid brothers" Jack 
Quamme and Clay Scott, played also outstanding roles during the season. The reserve forces, bolstered considerably by freshmen, 
came in for their share and their play provided the winning margin in several important games. 



What's Up Doc? 



COACH JUAN REID 
Open Yer Good Eye That's More Like It 



What's the Score? 








HOCKEY 



Coach Cheddy Thompson, starting his second year as mentor of the Bengal pucksters, called for an early 
commencement of hockey practices, as the Black and Gold faced one of the toughest schedules since the sport 
came into being at Colorado College From October 27 until the opening of their first pre-season game with 
the independent team from Tulsa. Oklahoma, the Tigers worked daily at the Ice Palace in preparation for 
their opening game November 29. Tulsa was no competition for the power-packed Thompson squad, as he 
unveiled three equallv skillful forward walls in Clem Roy - Dick Rowell - Len Turner - Joe Slattery - 
Barry Whitworth - Sonnie McDonald and Howie Hushion - Red Seasons - Ronnie Newson. These lines 
collaborated in scoring 18 goals in their first encounter with the Tulsa six, and 16 in the second fray, while 
the Tiger defensemen of Ralph Toohy, Bill Tutten, Bruce Stewart. Lew Meir. Pat Reynolds, and George 
Ewonus kept the opposition in check for goalie Don Bates, who, with Jack Keyte. second string goalkeeper, 
held the Independents scoreless for the first two game series. 

The Tulsa series left little doubt in the minds of most hockey fans as to the brand of hockey that the Tigers 
were capable of playing, and the realization that Coach Thompson had the makings of a powerhouse hockey 
team. 

The first big test for the hard-fighting Bengals came during the Christmas vacation, which saw three of 
America's top hockey sextets performing on the Broadmoor ice. First opponent for the Bengals during the 
Hockey Holidavs festivities was the powerful University of Michigan squad, which opened its two-game 
series with the Tiqers December 27. With Life magazine capturing every move of the hockey escapades on 
film the Black and Gold downed the Wolverines in th first encounter to a 6-4 count, but dropped the second 
tor their first loss of the season by a 5-1 score Two days later, December 30, the vaunted Yale University 
team matched shots with the Bengals, and the final score stood at 4-3, in favor of C C. 

Dartmouth, the nation's claimants to the number one spot in collegiate hockey with her enviable record of 
30 victories and 2 defeats over a period of two seasons, met the Black and Gold on January 3 in the first game 
of the New Year and posted a 4 to 3 victory after going into an overtime period. In the second contest be- 
fore a jammed packed Ice Palace, it was Colorado College all the way as the Thompson forward walls and 
defense turned in one of their top exhibitions of skating, stickhandlinq and teamplay to win by a 5 to 2 score. 
The Tigers then scored victories six and seven against a fighting Michigan Tech. team by scores of 6 to 5 and 
8 to 2 before heading for their first trip out of state to the West Coast. At Berkeley, the Benqals had little 
trouble in downing the University of California Bears by a count of 6 to I. Against the strong Olympic Club 
of San Francisco, the CC pucksters started their scoring drive too late and were forced to bow to the Olympics 
by a close margin of 4 to 3. 

Back on home ice in mid-January, the Tigers took revenge over the Olympics by taking a double victory, 9 to 
4 and 5 to 0, over the Californians, and gave Bates his second shutout of the season. The twin win over the 
Olympic Club brought the Tiger team its tenth triumph, compared to three losses and recognition as one of 
the top collegiate teams in the country. Soon after this series, goalie Bates was hospitalized for an indefinite 
period. Two weeks later with Jack Keyte moving into the nets to replace Bates, the Tigers' hopes for a na- 
tional championship were further dimmed when semester exams showed four players to be ineligible for the 
balance of the season. Despite this added handicap, the Tigers tackled the University of California Bears in 
a return engagement and came through by scores of 10 to 5 and 15 to 5. 

The following week the Bengal ice squad journeyed to the southern shore of Lake Superior where they met 
Michigan Tech. Huskies in Houghton. Michigan. Playing on natural ice, victories thirteen and fourteen 
were registered by the Tigers with scores of 9 to 5 and 4 to 3. The triumphant CC hockey team returned 
home with their sights pointed toward the national championship and began vigorous practice for the invasion 
of the University of Minnesota Gophers who also held a very impressive record. With hopes high for a 
double victory and the right to claim the mythical title, they found that their sadly weakened team from a 
month previous, plus an unbeatable Minnesota goalie in Karakas was too much to overcome and they went 
down stubbornly to two defeats by counts of 8 to 3 and 1 5 to 2 and with them went the championship. 

Thus Colorado College enjoyed its greatest hockey season since its inauguration in 1938 with the team's finest 
attributes being plenty of scoring punch, an abundance of team spirit, no individualists and excellent team- 
work. Statistics on the season show that CC scored 133 qoals with 71 for their opponents. Bates made 208 
saves. Keyte stopped 152, while saves by opponents totaled 506. Harry Whitworth, freshman center from 
Toronto, Ontario, finished the ninteen game schedule as high scorer with 33 points on 19 goals and 14 
assists. Runner-up was Dick Rowell, center from Winnipeg, Manitoba, with 32 points on 17 goals and 15 assists. 
Joe Slattery, Clem Roy and Sonnie MacDonald followed respectively in the scoring race. The line of Whit- 
worth, Slattery and MacDonald paced the scoring efforts of the Tigers, accounting for the 45 goals and 41 
assists. The Rowell-Turner-Roy combination took second spot honors with 39 goals and 33 assists. 

The Minnesota games were the last encounters for the Tiger stalwarts Bruce Stewart. George Ewonus. Clem 
Roy. and Bill Tutten. They have performed brilliantly for Colorado College both before the war and during 
this past season. Much credit is given to Vern Wishart, Jack Might and Norm Ncstlerode who, despite not 
seeing much action in games, were faithful in practice and spirit. Coach Cheddy Thompson should be very 
proud of his 1946-47 edition of Tiger pucksters and with a few additions to the fine squad already intact, 
he will be ready again to take on all comers. 



COLORADO COLLEGE HOCKEY 

1946-1947 




Top to Bottom: Coach Thompson, Roy, Seasons, Del Vecchio, Tooey, Hushion, Meier, Rowell, Newson, Tutten, Whitworth, 
Turner, MacDonald, Slattery, Wishart, Renolds, Keyte, Bates. 







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Hockey Holiday Queen 









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Len Turner Slips the Puck In! 



Ralph Toohy and the Michigan Captain Mix It Up 



1946 - 1947 



A Dartmouth Threat — Stopped by Both the Camera and Bates 



Temper — Temper! 





SKIING AT 



The skiing season really started in with a loud bang 
this year. It was ushered in very early in Novem- 
ber of the first semester by the big blizzard which 
provided the necessary snow to start the season go- 
ing full swing. 

All the skiers at CC buzzed with excited activity as 
they prepared themselves for the slopes. Skis were 
taken out of storage and waxed and all equipment 
was put into top shape in anticipation of many thril- 
ling weekends in the mountains. Some eager beav- 
ers began practicing herring bones and Christies on 
the Art Center hill before the roads to the various 
ski centers opened up. When the roads were finally 
cleared the students took off en masse for the far 
flung ski areas all over Colorado. On Saturday and 
Sunday mornings the Quad was full of cars loading 
up happy skiers and their equipment. Soon many 
students who had never skied before got the bug 
and procured equipment to begin taking instructions. 





COLORADO COLLEGE 

A ski bus was made available and special rates for 
ski instruction were obtained at Glen Cove for all 
students. The Thanksgiving and Christmas holi- 
days saw many students flocking to various resorts 
and ski runs such as Winter Park. Cooper Hill, 
Aspen and Glen Cove 

In accordance with this sudden swing toward skiing 
as an all school sport the school announced that it 
would sponsor a ski team. Plans were formulated 
for competitive time trials at Glen Cove and Bob 
Price, Duke Wellington, Jim Ford, Dave Winternitz, 
and Hank Klingman were selected to represent 
Colorado College in the Intercollegiate ski meets. 
This marks the first year that Colorado College has 
had a ski team since the beginning of the war. The 
team has some fine talent and a little time and ex- 
perience should produce a fine team. As the Nugget 
went to press the season was in full swing and two 
ski meets were scheduled for early in March. 










C.C. SKIERS ON THE SLOPES 




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Top Row: Mitchell, MacDonald, Nerad, Wishart, Dillinger, Packard, Whitworth, Rump. 
Middle Row: Jackson, Assistant Coach, Litt, Carpenter, Vornholt, W. Goodnight, Hull, 
Row 1: Wilson, Roper, Stewart, Hill, Lilja, Schwartz, Perkins, Bill Goodnight, Head Coach. 



Theodore, Milliken. 



BASEBALL 1947 



The Bengal Baseball machine got rolling on its 25 game 1947 schedule on 
Stewart field when it met the 15th Air Force. 

Coach Bill Goodnight had 35 candidates from which to pick a starting nine, 
and used his all veteran team which included Minuth and Milliken at catch; 
W. Goodnight, Taylor, Vornholt at pitch; Hull at first base, Schwartz at sec- 
ond base and at short stop and third base were Perkins and Rump; in the field 
positions Goodnight had Lilja, Roper, Wilson and Stewart. Leo Hill, distance 
hitter occupied the left field spot. The Tigers were potentially strong in every 
position but expected plenty of opposition in C. LL, D. U., and Greeley. 



BASEBALL SCHEDULE 



March 


21 


March 


22 


March 


26 


March 


28 


March 


29 


April 


4- 


April 


5- 


April 


11- 


April 


12- 


April 


16- 


April 


19- 



-15th Air Force at C.C. 

-15th Air Force at C.C. 

—Colorado Springs High School at High School 

—Wyoming U. at C.C. 

—Wyoming U. (double-header) at C.C. 

-Denver U. at C.C. 

-Denver U. at C.C. 

-Colorado U. at C.C. 

-Colorado U. at C.C. 

-15th Air Force at C.C. 

-Regis College (double-header) at Denver 



April 


25 


April 


26 


May 


2- 


May 


3- 


May 


10- 


May 


15 


May 


17- 


May 


23 


May 


24 


May 


30- 


May 


31- 



—Colorado State at C.C. 

—Colorado State at C.C. 

-Colorado Mines at Golden 

-Colorado Mines at Golden 

-Colorado Mines (double-header) at C.C. 

-Colorado State at Greeley 

-Colorado State at Greeley 

-Western State at C.C. 

-Western State at C. C. (double-header) 

-Regis College at C.C. 

-Regis College at C.C, 





SWIMMING MEET 

January 23rd was a big night, remember? The 
W.A.A. swimming meet was held at the Broadmoor 
pool, at 8:00 p. m. 

Excitement and anticipation reigned. The swimmers 
formed a splash of color in their different suits as 
they clustered at one end of the pool. The spectators 
leaned anxiously over the ropes around the pool. 
Then came the announcement, "Timers and Starters, 
ready? " The meet was on! 

Kay Saunders whizzed across the finish line to place 
first for the Theta's in the 200 yard free style. Hon- 
ors went to the Theta's Helen Reeds for the side 
stroke for form. The 40 yard free style found the 
Independents and the Theta's tied for first place. 
The next event, the back crawl for form, placed 
Nancy Bryson out in front for Kappa Alpha Theta. 
An exceedingly fast race followed. Janice Long 
whirled down the pool to capture first place in the 
20 yard back crawl for the Kappa Kappa Gamma's. 
The 80 yard relay proved exciting with the Delta 
Gamma's and the Theta's vying for the honors. In 
both the front crawl and the breast stroke for form 
the Theta's were victorious. 

The Novelty relay showed that the Delta Gamma's 
were most adept at handling a potato on a spoon, a 
lighted candle, and at blowing a ping pong ball 
across the pool. 

The high point of the evening was the diving ex- 
hibition. Jean Pollock executed some beautiful dives, 
winning first place for herself and the Gamma Phi's. 

The swimming meet was fun for all. The Theta's 
came through with flying colors to win and the Delta 
Gamma's and the Independents followed closely 
behind. 



WOMEN'S SPORTS 

Colorado College features a great variety of Women's Sports. 
The fall tournament of volleyball found the D.G.'s and the Theta's 
battling to a standstill for first place. The ping pong tournament 
followed, with Lois Cooley. Kappa Alpha Theta, taking the honors. 

The Theta s captured the bowling title, also the swimming crown. 
At the Broadmoor Ice Palace, Jean Sutton won the free skating 
and figure skating crowns, during the ice skating championship, but 
the Delta Gamma's won the meet. 

Regular gym classes are held in tennis, hockey, archery, basketball, 
swimming and folk dancing. 

Major sports in the spring are enthusiastically played — tennis. 
Softball and swimming top the list. Skiing has played a prominent 
part in C.C. Coed's activities, both winter and spring, any week- 
end look for them at Glen Cove, Climax, Cooper Hill, Berthoud 
Pass or Winter Park. 

There's a sport for everyone! 

INTRAMURALS 

SOFTBALL 

Post-war intramurals got a foothold in the spring of 1946 when the Phi Gams took the Softball 
crown after being closely pressed by the Sigma Chi's who had little difficulty in holding second 
place. 

FOOTBALL 

Competition in football rang with a familiarity of old rivalry as the Phi Gams nosed out the 
Sigma Chi's for the championship. Westlund and Sullivan looked good for the winners. 

BASKETBALL 

The Sigma Chi's were the first place winners. Kappa Sigs ended in second place and the Phi 
Gams third. These games were characterized by the old rivalry that existed pre-war and they 
proved to be closely won and hard fought contests. 

CROSS COUNTRY RUN 

The crosscountry was held during the halftime of the Bradley Tech. football game. The 
Kappa Sigs won first place shattering a Beta precedent. Phi Gams took second and the Sig s 

third. 

BOXING AND WRESTLING 

The tournament was held the first part of March and featured many exciting matches in both 
sports. There was plenty of competition in every class and the champs worked hard for their 

medals. 

BOXING CHAMPIONS WRESTLING CHAMPIONS 

127 lbs. "-Smith. Phi Delta Theta 121 lbs.— Williams, Beta Theta Pi 

135 lbs. — Loomis, Beta Theta Pi 128 lbs. — Aggson, Sigma Chi 

145 lbs. — Ormsby, Independent 136 lbs. — Wilcox, Independent 

155 lbs. Rhea, Kappa Sigma 145 lbs.— Pfeiffer. Phi Delta Theta 

165 lbs. Llewellyn, Independent 155 lbs. — Miller. Kappa Sigma 

175 lbs. -Roper. Sigma Chi 165 lbs. — Pringle, Phi Gamma Delta 

Heavyweight — Lilja, Phi Gamma Delta 175 lbs. Tucker, Phi Gamma Delta 

Heavyweight — Henn, Beta Theta Pi 
The Phi Gams won both the boxing and wrestling trophies for the organization 
gathering the most points for entries and winners. The Sigma Chi's were 
second and Kappa Sigs third. 



1946 HOMECOMING 

The greatest Homecoming ever planned at Colorado College was 
to be witnessed by thousands of old grads in the fall of 1946. 

The graduate Homecoming committee was set up and headed by 
Jack Dern. Plans for the November 8-9 event were being drawn 
up as early as April of the year. Lorena Berger had received 
hundreds of letters from the old gang saying that 111 be there. 

The undergraduate committee headed by Art Cervi got off to a 
good start and laid the ground work for the house decorations, 
fraternity and sorority floats, the big dance, the crowning of the 
Homecoming queen, and the big parade. 

Then came November and old man snow decided that he too 
would be present for this gala affair and, altho not invited, he was 
still winter king and a king is not to be snubbed. Come he did, 
in one of the worst snow storms to hit this region the last thirty- 
three years, with a record snow very, very deep. Old grads were 
snowed in in Kansas, stopped in Nebraska, decided not to leave 
home in Chicago and New York, but this did not stop the locals 
and the cry was "on to the Hawaiian Village" for the crowning 
of the Queen. The place was jammed and anxiety and anticipation 
ran high as the ballots were being counted to determine who would 
reign as queen of the Homecoming. All five contestants were run- 
ning neck and neck until the final ballot was cast. This saw Miss 
Nancy Bryson pull ahead by a small margin to win a closely 
contested and hard-fought race. 

The football game was played the next day on Washburn field 
before a group of five hundred shivering fans against State 
Teachers. This game was played in sub-zero weather and the 
previously undefeated Tigers dropped the game to the Teachers 
by a narrow one-touchdown margin. 

The Homecoming week-end was climaxed by a big dance at the 
Broadmoor sponsored by the graduate Homecoming committee — 
a good time was had by all except me — because I got my car stuck 
in the mud in front of the Hotel and I am to this day taking sound- 
ings to see if there is any trace of it. 




Miss Nancy Bryson 



1946 

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MAIDS OF HONOR 



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Miss Barbara Reed 




Miss Beth Lieurance 




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Sigma Chi 
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House 
Decoration 




Get a Horse, George 






HIGHLIGHTS OF THE COLLEGE 

YEAR 

On September 17. 1946. Colorado College opened the doors of its residence halls to receive 
the first completely civilian undergraduate student body since 1942. The students ranged in 
age from the bewildered 17 year olds who had never previously been away from their mothers 
— to those 27 or older that had seen a few years of pre-war college life, the bloody battle fields 
of the Pacific and Europe and had traveled over the world. 

To the youngsters it was new and exciting and they were eager for their long heralded college 
career. To the older ones it was another job to be finished as quickly as possible. 

Placement tests were held on the 19th of September and were followed by registration on the 
23rd and 24th. The 25th saw the first day of instruction. This was the end of the enthusiasm 
for some and as college life goes the class rooms may or may not have become complete bore- 
dom. October was eventful with fraternity and sorority rushing, football games, formal and 
informal parties. 

The first of November saw the worst snow storm that had hit Colorado in 33 years. The 
C. C. -Mines football game was postponed because of bad weather on the 2nd of November. 

The 8th and 9th of November was Homecoming at C. C. . . . This event was completely cov- 
ered by snow and sub-zero weather. 

Armistice Day was ironically celebrated on Monday the 11th and was the occasion for a 
holiday. This was followed by the Thanksgiving Day holidays during which the student body 
moved out in force for the D.U.-C.C. football game at Denver — and the skiing slopes. This 
holiday reluctantly ended but was shortly followed by the Christmas vacation starting the 20th 
of December which lasted until the 6th of January. Students began to study belatedly for 
semester exams and became casually acquainted with what had gone on in the class room since 
September. 

The second semester registration was held on the 8th of February and classes were started 
on the 10th. The gay social whirl started anew with the Tiger-Nugget dance and the Gold- 
diggers Ball and an endless parade of sorority and fraternity parties. 

Skiing was still a popular event and with summer like mid-March weather the golfers headed 
for the links, sunbathers occupied every roof top and baseball and track started with great 
vigor. 

The boxing and wrestling tournament packed em in — in pre-war fashion. 

Spring vacation started the 3rd of April and students scattered to the four corners of the 
country like bees out of a hive. 

April 14th saw the end of Spring recess and forlorn undergraduates returned to cram for com- 
prehensives. The not so forlorn returned to the beer busts, picnics, parties, formals, and gen- 
eral gaiety of the spring season. 

The Junior-Senior prom was held the 29th of May in honor of the Senior class and Memorial 
Day was a holiday for the whole school. 

Finals started the 7th of June and the baccalaurate services were held in Shove chapel on the 
8th. All students had finished exams by the 10th and had departed, with some remaining to 
attend commencement exercises the 14th. 

The 14th of June will long be memorable to the departing seniors, who. on this day had the 
grim realization that theirs was to be an active part in the troubled world of that day. 







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17 A. W. S. Party for Women; Open houses at all sorority lodges 

17-22 Sorority and Fraternity Rushing 

20 Football— C. C. vs. Peru State— here 

21 Sorority formal dinners 

22 Fraternity open houses 
23-24 Registration 

25 Beginning of semester 

28 Football — C. C. vs. Fort Hays, Kansas State — here 



5 Football — C. C. vs. Montana State — here 

5 Open Houses — Fraternities and Sororities 

6 Phi Delta Theta Tea Dance for Kappa Kappa Gamma; 
Sigma Chi Buffet Supper and Dance 

12 Football — C. C. vs. West Texas — there 

19 Beta Theta Pi Pledge Dance; 

Football — C. C. vs. Bradley Tech. — here; 
Sigma Chi Harvest Moon Dance; 

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Gamma Phi Beta Formal Dance; 
Gamma Phi Beta Formal Dance; 
Phi Delta Theta Dance; 
Phi Gamma Delta Pledge Dance 

Kappa Alpha Theta Tea for Mrs. Sanders; 
All College Party by Independent Men 



Football- 



-C. C. vs. Colorado Aggies — there; 



Independent Women's Dance 
Kappa Alpha Theta Breakfast for all Pledges 




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Football — C. C. vs. Colorado Mines — there, cancelled; 

Phi Beta Theta Barn Dance; 

Kappa Sigma Pledges' Dance for Actives 

Class Reunion Dinners; 

Pep Rally; 

All College Student Homecoming Dance; 

Crowning of Homecoming Queen 

Homecoming Parade; 

Football — C. C. vs. Colorado State — here; 

Open House for all Fraternities and Sororities; 

C-Men's Stag Dinner; 

Homecoming Dance 

Armistice Day — Holiday 

Kappa Kappa Gamma Party for all Pledges 



16 Football — C. C. vs. Grinnel — here; 
Phi Gamma Delta Shipwreck Dance 

17 Panhellenic Tea for Pledges 

21-22-23 C. C. Players — "She Stoops To Conquer"; 
Phi Delta Theta Dance; 
Beta Theta Pi Dance 

24 Gamma Phi Beta Founders Day Tea; 

Kappa Kappa Gamma Buffet Supper and Radio Dance; 
Delta Gamma Tea Dance and Open House 

27 Dec. 2 — Thanksgiving Recess 

28 Football — C. C. vc. Denver University — there 

29 Hockey — C. C. vs. Tulsa — here 



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2 Basketball — C. C. vs. Hardin-Simmons — here 

6 Gamma Phi Beta Christmas Formal Dance 

Basketball — C. C. vs. Sandia Army Air Base — here; 
Independent Men and Women's Semi-Formal Dance; 
Kappa Alpha Theta Christmas Formal Dance; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma Christmas Formal Dance 

8 Phi Gamma Delta Barbecue 

13 Sigma Chi Buffet Supper and Christmas Formal Dance; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. Texas Wesleyan — here; 
Phi Delta Theta Christmas Formal Dance 



14 Kappa Sigma Dinner and Christmas Formal Dance; 
Phi Gamma Delta Winter Formal Dance 

15 Gamma Phi Beta Pledge Party for other Sorority Pledges 

16 Basketball — C. C. vs. Camp Carson — here 
20 Basketball — C. C. vs. Fort Warren — here 
20 Jan. 6 — Christmas Holiday 

27 Hockey — C. C. vs. Michigan University — here 

28 Hockey — C. C. vs. Michigan University — here 
30 Hockey — C. C. vs. Yale — here 










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3 Hockey — C. C. vs. Dartmouth — here; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. New Mexico Highlands — there 

4 Hockey — C. C. vs. Dartmouth — here; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. New Mexico Highlands — there 

10 Hockey — C. C. vs. California University — there; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. Western State — here 

I I Hockey — C. C. vs. Olympic Club — there; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. Western State — here; 
Delta Gamma Formal Dance; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma Ski Dance; 
Kappa Alpha Theta Pledge Dance For Actives 



18 Hockey — C. C. vs. Michigan Tech. — here; 

Basketball — C. C. vs. Regis College — there; 
A. S. C. C. All College Dance 

24 Hockey — C. C. vs. Olympic Club — here; 
Basketball — C. C. vs. Greeley State — there 

25 Wrestling — C. C. vs. Colorado Mines — here; 
Hockey — C. C. vs. Olympic Club — here; 
Basketball — C. C. vs. Fort Warren — there; 
Growlers Dance 

29 Wrestling — C. C. vs. Denver University — there 

30 Final Semester Exams Begin 



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Basketball — C. C. vs. Colorado State — here 

7 Basketball — C. C. vs. Adams State — there 

8 Basketball — C. C. vs. Adams State — there; 
Hockey — C. C. vs. California — here 

10 Hockey — C. C. vs. California — here 

14 Hockey — C. C. vs. Michigan Tech. — there; 
Basketball — C. C. vs. Regis — here 

15 Wrestling — C. C. vs. Colorado State — there; 
Hockey — C. C. vs. Michigan Tech. — there; 
Basketball — C. C. vs. Mines — here; 
Tiger-Nugget Dance 

19 Wrestling— C. C. vs. D. U.— here 

21 Basketball — C. C. vs. Montana State — there 

22 Basketball — C C. vs. Montana State — there; 
Gold Diggers BoH 

28 Hockey — C. C. vs. Minnesota — hp--e 





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1 Wrestling — C. C. vs. Mines — there; 
Hockey — C. C. vs. Minnesota — here 

2 Phi Gamma Delta Supper and Informal Dance 
5 Wrestling — C. C. vs. Mines — there 

6-7-8 C. C. Players — "Our Town" 

7 Rocky Mountain Wrestling Conference Meet — Greeley 

8 All College Dance 

14 Wrestling — N. C. A. A. District Seven Meet — Greeley 

15 Wrestling — N. C. A. A. District Seven Meet — Greeley; 
Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance; 

Kappa Sigma Pledge Dance; 
Phi Gamma Delta Bowery Dance 

21 Baseball — C. C. vs. 15th Air Force — here 

22 Baseball — C. C. vs. 15th Air Force — here; 
Kappa Alpha Theta Informal Dance; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma Dance; 
Independents; 

Delta Gamma 

26 Baseball — C. C. vs. Colorado Springs High School 

28 Baseball — C. C. vs. Wyoming U. — here 

29 Baseball — C. C. vs. Wyoming U. — here; 
Miami Triad Dance 



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4 Baseball— C. C. vs. D. U.— here 

5 Baseball— C. C. vs. D. U.— here; 
Track— C. C. vs. C. U. 

I I Baseball— C. C. vs. C. U.— here 

12 Baseball— C. C. vs. C. U.— here 

16 Baseball — C. C. vs. 15th Air Force — here 

19 Baseball — C. C. vs. Regis (doubleheader) — Denver; 

Track— C. C. vs. D. U.— there; 

Phi Delta Theta | 

Sigma Chi 

Beta Theta Pi 

Kappa Sigma / 



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Kappa Kappa Gamma Buffet Supper; 
Delta Gamma Tea Dance 

Basebail — C. C. vs. Colorado State — here; 
Junior Prom 

Track — C. C. vs. C. U. — Relays; 

Baseball — C. C. vs. Colorado State — here; 



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Phi Gamma Delta ! " 

Gamma Phi Beta J 

Independents Picnic 



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Baseball — C. C. vs. Mines — there; 
Track — C. C. vs. Mines — here; 
Phi Delta Theta 

Baseball — C. C. vs. Mines (doubleheader) — here; 
Track — C. C. vs. Colorado State — here; 
Independents ) 



Delta Gamma 
Gamma Phi Beta 



Formal Dances 



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Track — C. C. vs. C. U. and New Mexico — here 



17 Baseball — C. C. vs. Colorado State — there; 

Siqma Chi ) 

Kappa Sigma . 

_. . ' _ ., / Formal Dances 

Phi Gamma Delta L 

Delta Gamma / 

23 Baseball — C. C. vs. Camp Carson — there; 
Track — Conference Meet at Golden 

24 Track — Conference Meet at Golden; 
Baseball — C. C. vs. Camp Carson — here; 

Kappa Kappa Gamma and Kappa Alpha Theta combined 
Spring Formal 

30 Track— A. A. U. Meet; 

Baseball — C. C. vs. Regis College — here 

31 Baseball — C. C. vs. Regis College — here; 
Beta Theta Pi 







7-11 Finals 

8 Baccalaureate 

12 Senior Parent Dinner 

13 Class Day 

14 Commencement 



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TIGER -NUGGET DANCE 

The Tiger Nugget dance is generally accepted as one of the finer social events of the year. 
It was at this dance that the newly inaugurated Miss Colorado College was selected. This 
beauty was chosen by popular vote of the student body and the votes were balloted at the 
door of the dance. Miss Colorado College for 1947 was Barbara Stark. She was chosen on 
an over all basis of beauty, charm, personality, character, and prominence. 

It is known that the selection of Miss Stark was a hard one by the student body because of the 
close competition of the other contestants — each one in her own right possessing great charm 
and beauty. 

The dance was a great success socially and was one of the few dances held by the student 
body where one could actually enjoy dancing. 







Charles Milne Business Manager 

Jim Cook ...... Assistant Business Manager 

Dave Pound Assistant Business Manager 

Barbara Van Dervanter Secretary 




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PERKINS-SHEARER 



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find Perkins- Shearer re- 
flecting style trends in 
apparel — most admirably. 




HENRI'S 



26 W. Colorado Ave. Phones M. 1419-1682 

Whenever in Colorado Springs you are 

always welcome at our new modern 

drive in restaurant . 



LOCATED for YOUR CONVENIENCE 



"PHONE US FIRST" 



College Cleaners 



Main 2958 



PROMPT. EFFICIENT SERVICE 



825 North Tejon Street 



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HAVING TROUBLES 

WITH YOUR RADIO? 

Let us put that old 
TIGER SPIRIT" 

BACK IN YOUR SET 


POOR BOY DRIVE INN 

Home of the Famous 
Poor Boy Sandwiches 

1725 South Nevada Ave. Phone M. 3906 


Authorized Agents for — 

airlines, steamship lines, 
railroads and hotels 

RESERVATIONS EVERYWHERE 
WORLD WIDE TRAVEL SYSTEM 


Main 350 A /&a^onliro€t5erc 


11/ IN. lejon Vjf Household Appliances V-> 


PUBLIC DRUG CO. 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

Call Main 790 

Corner Nevada and Colorado Ave. 
E. W. ALLEN V. W. ALLEN 


In Our 

New 

Location 

CAMERAS 

PHOTO Kl 1 1 

supplies INOrLN 

DEVELOPING — m # 

printing Tejon 

COMMERCIAL 
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ENLARGING an d larger 
COPYING quarters enable 

PHOTOSTATS us to be of 

greater service 
to you 

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"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 
"SAY IT WITH OURS" 

110 North Tejon Street Main 599 


EDITH FARNSWORTH'S BOOK SHOP 

BOOKS GIFTS 
LENDING LIBRARY 

9 N. Cascade Ave. Phone Main 823 


PHOTO 
SERVICE 


Mountain Sfioit State 

SPORTING GOODS 

224 East Pikes Peak Avenue 
Telephone Main 732 


OUT WEST TENT & AWNING CO. 

18 East Kiowa Street Colorado Springs 
Phone Main 1261 

CANVAS GOODS— LABORATORY APRONS 
F. E. KOHLER, Owner 


E. H. EDWARDS R. E. EDWARDS 

THE BAKERS' SERVICE CO. 

331 East Pikes Peak 

Bakery and Institutional Supplies 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



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THE WIGWAM 

For Your Gifts, Greeting Cards 
and Souvenirs 

108 East Pikes Peak Ave. 



Compliments of 

MODERN MUSIC COMPANY 

Phonographs — Music Systems — Amusement Games 

16 East Colorado Ave. Phone Ma. 315 




Your •^ friendly 



dly 
Hart Schaf fner & Marx Store 

24 South Tejon 



McCarthy 

and 

COMPANY 

Offers the Best Service in 

PLUMBING and HEATING 



Compliments 
of the 

Colorado Springs 
Transit Co. 



Main 566 



515 South Cascade 



Compliments of 

SECOR HOBBY SHOP 



Phone Main 9420 



122 E. Colorado Ave. 



RECREATION . . 



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Bowling 1 . 



Billiards! 



Pool! 



Uncle Walt's 
Bowling & Billiard Hall 



107 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 



Ma. 2450 



Phone Main 250 

ALEY DRUG CO. 

Prescription Druggists 

332 South Tejon Street Colorado Springs, Colorado 



NEW PROCESS CLEANERS 

the best 

IN DRY CLEANING 

Phone M. 531 13 East Kiowa 



Compliments 

PAYTON STUDIO 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

30 S. Tejon Main 477-] 



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^Vhoto Engraver 



23^ W. Colorado Avenue 



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121 E. BIJOU 



MAIN 8510 



H & H PRINTING COMPANY 

Fine Printing Alzvays 
WILLARD A. HAASE 
Phone Main 782 
N. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, Colorado 



MANITOU ELECTRIC SERVICE 

WIRING SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Wilson 

120 Canon Avenue P. O. Box 226 

Hyland 424 

Manitou Springs, Colorado 



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COLORADO SPRINGS 



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PRODUCERS 



THE 
PIKES PEAK 

FUEL 

Division of the Golden Cycle Corporation 



Colorado Springs 
TELEPHONE MAIN 



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Denver, Colorado 
Phone Main 6181 



Main Office 
Phone 380 



Cripple Creek District Phone Cripple 8 and Victor 55 



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BEAUTY SHOP 

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SEASON SMARTNESS 

for the 

COLLEGE CO-ED 

Every college event deserves your "Best Hand Forward" 
. . . The coiffure to make you sweet and demure for the 
informal dance . . . dashing and sporty for the home- 
coming game ... or slick and sophisticated for the 
grand ball. 

POWDER PUFF 

BEAUTY SHOP— M. 687 

Across From the Colorado College Campus 



Advertising 

Photo- Engraving 

Publishing 



GIFFORD 6ILLASPY 

FIRST FLOOR 

GAZETTE-TELEGRAPH 

BUILDING 



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MAIN 1673, 1674 and 1675 

PLUMBING 

SHEET METAL 

IRON FIREMAN 
STOKER 



DOUGLAS JARDINE 

516 South Tejon Street 

COLORADO SPRINGS 
COLORADO 



P. O. BOX 126 

HEATING 
ROOFING 
AIR CONDITIONING 



167 




The Region's favorite department 
store selling fashion merchandise 
of dependable quality 



SHEWMAKER'S 

Camera Shop 

Phone 960 

30 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs 

Photo Finishing 

Oversize Prints No Extra Charge 

EVERYTHING FOR THE CAMERA 



Compliments 

of 



Piggly-Wiggly Stores 



Colorado Springs 



E. W. Hughes and Company 

Investment Securities 
Government Issues 

COLORADO SPRINGS 



168 



MAHAN JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

26 EAST PIKES PEAK AVENUE 




Phone Main 1288 



218 North Tejon Street 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



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LfiUnDRY-DRYCL6flninG 

company 

May we serve you? 



130 North Nevada Ave. 



Main 82 



R. S. DOENGES 



M. PHILIP LONG 



DOENGES-LONG 

(^Motors Inc. 



SALES 



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SERVICE 



117 South Nevada Ave. 



Telephone Main 270 



Headquarters for Graphic Arts 

Sherwin-Williams 

PAINT COMPANY 

122 North Tejon Main 254 



LUCAS 



SPORTING 
GOODS CO., 

Inc. 



Headquarters for Everything in 
SPORTING GOODS . . . BICYCLES 

Quality Merchandise Reasonable Prices 

120 North Tejon Street Main 900 



BRANIFF 

1/ ntet national 

AIRWAYS 

AIR PASSENGERS • AIR MAIL 
AIR FREIGHT • AIR EXPRESS 

Phone 892 



The Wandell & Lowe 

TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY 

Baggage Transfer 
Household Goods Moved, Packed, Shipped 

Agent, Aero Mayflower Transit Company 

PHONE MAIN 97 
Office: 17 North Cascade Avenue 



STRICTLY A PHARMACY 

Always Pulling for C. C. 

MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 



Incorporated 

25 East Pikes Peak Ave. 



Main 368 



SHOE REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT 

TODD'S 

SHOE TREES — SHOE POLISHES 
109^ South Tejon St. 



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SWISS 

Chalet 



Beautifully and Restfully 

Appointed in Its 

Swiss Motif 

and with a cuisine such as you have 
so enjoyed and appreciated in the finest 
restaurants both east and west. 



117 East Pikes Peak 



THEIR BOOK SHOP 

5 E. Pikes Peak Avenue 
GIFTS AND DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 



PEARSON PHARMACY 

Prescription Pharmacists 

DRUGS — SODAS — SUNDRIES 

Cor. Platte and Tejon St. Phone Main 31 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 



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UTO TRI 1V1 



SEAT COVERS 



"Tailored Covers That Fit" 

Auto Tops - - Upholstering 

Auto Painting a Specialty 

23 South Cascade Avenue Main 1870 



"EVERYTHING BUT THE HORSE" 

For those who like a horse 

We have what you and the 
horse both need: 

AUTHENTIC WESTERN TOGS 
SADDLES— BRIDLES— BITS- 
SPURS— ETC. 

and for those week-end mountain 
jaunts, we have just the right — 

SHIRTS. SLACKS. JACKETS. 
EVERYTHING FOR 
SPORTSWEAR 




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107 SOUTH TEJON 

"Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back" 



SINTON'S FINE MILK 



PHONE MAIN 442 



SINCE 1880 COLORADO SPRINGS' FINEST 



Navajo Hogan 

Serving Daily, Nitely ami Sundays 

Fried Chicken, Steak and 
Italian Spaghetti Dinners 

Music Nitely and Sundays by 

BERNIE HARRIS, His Orchestra 

ESTHER HUTTON, Lovely Girl Singer 

• CLOSED TUESDAYS ONLY • 



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OLORADO 
LOTHING 



21 South Tejon Street 



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THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS IS NOT 

IN DOING WHAT ONE LIKES, 
BUT LIKING WHAT ONE HAS TO DO. 



City of Colorado Springs 

DEPT. of PUBLIC UTILITIES 



171 



Compliments 
of the 



^Peerless 

Sjl FVRNITVRE CO. 



113-115 N. Tejon 



M. 568 



EAGLE CLOTHES 



ENRO SHIRTS 



Ray M c Kinney 

LARGEST CASH CLOTHIER 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 



WEYENBERG SHOES 



LEE HATS 



Joslyn Fruit Co. 



"PROMPT SERVICE" 



125 S. Cascade Avenue 



Crissey - Fowler 
Lumber Company 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF '47 

Phone Main 101 117-129 West Vermijo 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



COLORADO COLLEGE PEOPLE 

Are Among the BEST INFORMED 
and Entertained People in the World 

THEY KEEP TUNED TO 



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COLUMBIA NETWORK 



COLUMBIA BROADCASTING CO. 



172 



THE GREERCASSICK COMPANY 

"Better Business Equipment" 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES 

PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 

18 E. Colorado Ave. Main 1909 


Pr „ COLORADO SPRINGS where 

i ret Prices 
Delivery DRUG STORE Are the 

Lozvest 
The Store With the Orange Front 

101 S. Tejon Phone M. 478-479 


CROWL'S SANDWICH SHOP 

3010 N. Nevada Avenue 
Main 2694 


BERWICK ELECTRIC CO. 

8 E. Bijou M. 939 


tfohe 'Value of an Idea is Qreatly 

Enhanced ^By Its Presentation^ 

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THE DENTAN PRINTING CO. 

Printers With Ideas 
Colorado Springs, Colorado. 


FOR AUTOMOTIVE REPLACEMENT 

PARTS AND EQUIPMENT 

ALSO DUPONT REFINISH PAINTS 

(See your Garageman or Service Station) 1 

GLEN SHULTZ AUTO SUPPLY 

214 East Colorado 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 


• PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES • PHOTO FINISHING 

• COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY 

• WEDDING PICTURES 

DEITS CAMERA SHOP 

WILLIS I. DEITS 
25 East Colorado Avenue. Main 8444 


9saac ^Brothers 

^Jewelers 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 
MAIN 2252 


Compliments 

of 

AMERICAN FURNITURE CO. 

1 1 5 South Tejon St. 


Compliments of 

ENTERPRISE TENT AND AWNING CO. 

123 SOUTH NEVADA AVE. 
PHONE M. 1264 


ZECHA & ADAMS 

CONOCO SERVICE STATION 
Nevada at Cache La Poudre Phone Main 5441 

CONOCO N-tane GASOLINE CONOCO Nth MOTOR OIL 
SPECIALIZED LUBRICATION GENERAL TIRE SERVICE 
WASHING POLISHING 


ZEP CAFE 

Fine Food 
2729 N. Nevada Ave. Main 2610 


Compliments of 

ML M. B. ELECTRIC CO. 

2511 W. Colorado Ave. Main 858 


PELZ STUDIO 

FRED F. STEGNER, Photographer 

PHOTOGRAPHS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

QUALITY PORTRAITS FAMILY GROUPS 

WEDDINGS 
Upstairs 110% S. Tejon - Phone for Appointment Main 1299-W 


COLLEGE GROCERY & MARKET 

WILLIAM YERKES 

Highest Quality . . . Moderate Prices 
Right Off the Campus 

831 North Tejon Main 2693 


KENNY'S 

• Good Food • Good Drinks 

112 East Colorado Avenue 



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SAIDY S LINEN SHOP 

ART-LINEN — HANDKERCHIEFS — INDIAN CURIOS 
AND NOVELTIES — INFANT WEAR 



East Pikes Peak Ave. 



Phone M. 2223 



CROSS & SON 

Home of Home Made fee Cream 
"Freezer Fresh" 

Phone Main 334 2417 West Colorado Ave. 



CITY COAL 
MINES 

FOR DEPENDABLE 
FUEL 



STILL BROS. 



SPORTING GOODS 



Headquarters for Sporting 
equipment. 



118 North Tejon 



Main 67 



108 E. Colorado Ave. 



Ph. 1939-W 




^ADOSp. 






Colorado's Most Consistent Newspaper 




18 East Pikes Peak Avenue 



Phone Main 5241 



The Pearl Laundry 
Company 



Just a Good Laundry 



Ma. 1086 



Ma. 1085 



H. L. STANDLEY 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

224 NORTH TEJON 

VIEWS OF COLORADO 

Framed and Unframed 

Commercial Work. Enlargements, 

Picture Framing 



COMPLIMENTS 

NATIONAL COMMISSION CO. 

Main 25 
109 South Cascade Avenue 



PURITY MARKET, INC. 

Lowest Prices In Town 

118 South Tejon St. 



Main 116 



174 



EXCELLENT FOOD 
WHITE STAR CAFE 



114 S. Nevada Ave. 



Main 3015 



Compliments 

HOWARDS BARBER SHOP 



19 E. Bijou 



Main 1122 



Johnson-English Prescri P tions 

DrilO To "JUST WHAT THE 

\J\ Ug \^U. DOCTOR ORDERED" 

The Johnson-English Drug Company 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



134 North Tejon 
Bijou at Tejon Street 



Main 1400 

Quality and Service 



"EVERYTHING IN FLOWERS, PLANTS AND 
CORSAGES" 

PAUL'S FLOWERS 

PAUL F. KIPP, Owner and Manager 

1 524 N. Tejon St. Fone Main 6484 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



COTT 

only the best 



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Compliments of the 



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COSTUME JEWELRY 

INDIAN JEWELRY 

LEATHER GOODS 
10 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 



Colorado Springs Supplo Co. 



WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 



15 W. Cucharras Colorado Springs, Colo. 



CD* 

"Ideal" 



Way 



• PROMPT 

• COURTEOUS 

• DEPENDABLE 

SERVICE 

. . . alwavs ! 



Your garments 
restored to 
new-like 
Freshness 



THE IDEAL 

CLEANERS 

MAIN 

1846 



Visit your friendly ♦ ♦ . 

Cut- A- Corner 
Super Market 

finest in foods where 
shopping is a pleasure 



MAID-RITE 
DRIVE INN 

— ■ — 
"Drop In After the Game'' 



RENT 

-A- 

CAR OR TRUCK 



Latest 

Models 



Ph 



one 



All 



Main 1 28 B <>dy Styles 



20 South Spruce 



Main 2240 



U-DRIVE-IT SYSTEM 

"Right on the Corner" 
Cascade Ave. and Kiowa 



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Colorado College Men and Women 




As always, Trailways is happy to serve you throughout 
the year . . . for your week-ends at home . . . your trips 
into the Rockies . . . your summer vacation jaunts across 
the country. Our luxurious new Trailways buses will 
give you delightful travel comforts . . . thru scenic won- 
derlands. 



DENVER-COLORADO SPRINGS-PUEBLO TRAILWAYS 



Union Bus Depot 



202 E. Pikes Peak Ave. 



Phone Main 1101 



OUR THANKS 
FOR YOUR 

LOYAL 
SUPPORT 



COLORADO 

SPRINGS' 

THEATRE 

BEAUTIFUL 




Compliments 



of 



The Colorado Grill 



3 E. Colorado Ave. Phone M. 3701 



Hotel Acacia 



THE SILVER GRILL 

A gay cocktail lounge 
featuring delightful organ music 



ACACIA DINING ROOM 



PRIVATE ROOMS 

For special parties 
Banquets and dinner dancing 



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Men's Clothing 

AND FURNISHINGS 

Standard merchandise only — but at prices that 
assure you of honest values. 

HEIDELBERG'S 

10 North Tejon 




No matter which you 
choose . . . COLLEGE 
or CAREER . . . you'll 
find clothes that point 
the way to Fashion Dis- 
tinction at Kaufman's. 
Come in soon, and make 
K a u f m a n's your C.C. 
headquarters. 





Homu or Colorado Springs Fashions 
28 South Tejon 



Compliments of 

THE DERN-BRADY COMPANY 

528 South Tejon Street Main 6619 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



THE 

METROPOLE 

CAFE 

113 E. Colorado Ave. Colorado Springs 



The 

MAYFLOWER 

219 E. Platte Ave. 

LUNCHEONS — FOUNTAIN — DINNERS 
For Late Bvening Snacks 



INSURANCE LOANS 

MAY REALTY COMPANY 

126 East Pikes Peak Avenue 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Telephone Main 1898 



i\. I <\ IN I i N \A&0Q2^ 



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113-115 
E. Cache la Poudre 



MEADOW GOLD 
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 



MILK— CREAM— SOFT CURD HOMOGENIZED MILK 
BUTTER— ICE CREAM 



Meadow Gold 



THE MOWRY CREAMERY CO. 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



THE PHOTO-CRAFT SHOP 

CAMERAS — PHOTO SUPPLIES — FINISHING 

218% E. PIKES PEAK AVENUE 
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



SIMPSON & CO. 

FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, INSECTICIDES, 
FERTILIZERS and SEEDS 

Telephone Main 12 201 West Colorado Ave. 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Uptown Store 15 E. Colorado Ave. 



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JOE ROHRER 

Class of 1934 
Owner - Manager 



Colorado Springs "HOME" Station 



KRDO 



1240 on your 


dial 


MUSIC 




Locally Owned 


NEWS 




and Operated 


SPORTS 




for the 


SPECIAL 




PIKES PEAK 


EVENTS 




REGION 


Joe invites you 


to visit the KRDO 


Studios 


at any 


time 



PUBLICATION 
BOOK STORE 

514 15th St. . Denver. Colo. 



THE HAT and DRESS 
STUDIO 

125'j N. Tejon. Colorado Springs. Colo. 



THE LITTLE FOLKS 
SHOP 

222'.- N. Tejon, Colorado Springs. Colo. 



STEVENSON PRODUCE 
COMPANY 

1 15 S.Cascade Ave. .Colorado Springs. Colo. 



STAR LUNCH 

216 N. Tejon. Colorado Springs. Colo. 



JOHNNIES PASTRY 
SHOP 

128 N. Tejon. Colorado Springs. Colo. 



THE 

PIKES PEAK FUEL 
COMPANY 

Colorado Springs. Colorado 



JOHN PFLUG TIRE and 
BATTERY COMPANY 

121 S.Cascade Ave. . Colorado Springs. Colo. 



GENERAL HARDWARE 
and IMPLEMENT CO. 

1 18 S. Nevada Ave. .Colorado Springs. Colo. 



WILLIAM C.CRARON 

OPTOMETRIST 

125 N. Tejon. Colorado Springs. Colo. 



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COFFEE D * a 


A ltd Uista 


PASTRIES 

Roasters candies 






Since 1899 • 


•iiote 




THE DERN CO. 


All Outside Rooms 




Coffee Shop 


Gowdij-^Prirttcraft 1?ress 


Free Parking Lot 


112 East Cucharras • Phone Main 234 


— • — 


PRINTERS • ENGRAVERS 


"Home of Radio Station KRDO" 


PUBLISHERS 




Publishers of 


118 North Cascade Ave. Main 2800 


The Labor News The Daily Transcript 
Colorado College Tiger 




Camp Carson Mountaineer 


ROY H. WATERS WM. W. HITE 




THE BENNETT-SHELLENBERGER 




REALTY COMPANY 




Real Estate, Insurance and Rentals 




Main 383 
210 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs 


Motot "Touts Dn the 


FOOTWEAR'S FINEST 


jUikei l^ealc /Qealon 


• I. MILLER 




• DE LISO DEBS 




• COLLEGEBRED 




o JOHANSEN 




COX BROTHERS 

26 N. Tejon 


Golburn £Motor %our5 

UNIT NATIONAL TRAILWAYS SYSTEM 


Sportswear Our Specialty 


^LAMP'S 

^-^ SMART APPAREL 


Colorado Springs, Colo. 


COLORADO SPRINGS 


1 15 N. Cascade Ave. 


COLORADO 


Main 130 


Compliments 


of 


W. H. Colburn 


The 


President 


VILLAGE INN 





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The FREE PRESS 



* Colorado Springs 
ONLY 
Morning Newspaper 



EDITORIAL-NEWS 

OFFICES: 

109 S. TEJON 



PLANT: 
2524-26 W. COLO. 



CANDY KITCHEN 

"Just Good Candy" 
112 South Teion Phone M. 810; 



3^apelfee'£ 

9 S. Tejon M. 686 

Quality Jewelers for 52 Years 



ACME TICKET CO. 

Admission Tickets for All 
School Activities 



Main 536 



12-14 E. Kiowa 



EXCELLENT FOOD 
BLUE CRANE CAFE 

15 N. Cascade 



Compliments 
of 



RALPH'S DRUGS 



COLORADO SPRINGS 



mmm 

—J- "<~ GOOD FOR LIFE I J~ 




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New & Used Parts for Cars & Trucks Accessories 6 Tires 
Used Cars & Trucks - Radiator - Repairing and Vulcanizing 

D. W. HARRIS & SONS 

AUTO WRECKING COMPANY 

"The House of a Million Parts" 

Largest Stock in the West 

Phone M. 1995 5-7-9-11 West Colorado Ave. 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



INDIAN GRILL 

& 
PAPOOSE BAR 



(LcaeJA 



CLEhNERS £ DYERS 



10 Per Cent Discount for Cash and Carry 

328 North Teion St. Phone Main 2128 



SPORTING GOODS 

Proper equipment will help you enjoy your favorite sport 
See us for your outdoor and sporting needs 

BLICK SPORTING GOODS CO. 

119 North Tejon St. Main 930 

"Everything For Bvery Sport" 



Established 1890 




Where Are Housed More Famous 

Xante Shoes Than in ■ Iny Other Ston 

in ( 'i>l ' oraii a Springs 



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Colorado Spring: 



GARRETT SPORTING GOODS 

WINCHESTER GUNS and AMMUNITION 
Fishing Tackle 

Hunting and Fishing License 

Tobaccos and Cigarettes — Soda Fountain 

7 E. Colorado Avenue Colorado Springs, Colo. 



ZIMS 

ENRICHED BREAD 

For Energy 



Compliments 
of 

EL TEJON BARBECUE 
DRIVE INN 



1005 S. Tejon 



Colorado Springs 



Repairing All Makes 



Skate Sharpening 



JAYS BICYCLE SHOP 



19 East Kiowa 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 



J. C. DOTY 



Phone 5878-W 



For Better Dresses 

MARTINS 

6 E. Pikes Peak 



RUTHS OVEN 

Colorado Springs' Finest 

COFFEE SHOP 

If It's from RUTH'S OVEN It's Home Made 
220 N. Tejon 



China Ware, Glassware, Cooking Utensils 
Janitor Supplies for Institutions and Homes 

GARDNERS SUPPLY HOUSE 

324 North Tejon Street Phone Main 324 



PEERLESS PRINTING CO. 

A Complete Printing Service 

We Appreciate Your Business 

Publishers of 

COLORADO SPRINGS INDEPENDENT 

2526 W. Colorado Ave. Main 2942 



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GEO. O. TEATS 
& SONS 

Building 
Contractors 


* 

@M Pop 

vSgp Corn 

* 

Colorado Springs 
Manitou Springs "Busy Corner 
"Soda Springs Pavilion 104 1 -> Pikes Peak Ave. 


Compliments of 

BOSTON STORE 

27 North Tejon 

Where quality merchandise 
is fairly priced 


Telephone 7584 


1701 N.Nevada Ave. 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 


LOWELL-MESERVEY 

HARDWARE COMPANY 
106 South Tcjon Phone Main 5100 


KEEP OUT THE COLD WITH- 
ROCK WOOL 

BALSAM WOOL 

STORM SASH 

COLLIER LUMBER CO. 

543 West Colorado Avenue Main 386 


COLUMBINE CAFE 

OPEN 6 A. M. to 2 A. M. 

BREAKFAST — LUNCH -- DINNER 

SANDWICHES AND SHORT ORDERS 

3 W. Colorado Avenue 

Bob-Evelyn Metz Phone M. 4592 


BARNGROVER REALTY 

R. U. Barngrover Tom Roberts 
Anne L. Moore Eare Tilton 

REAL ESTATE — INSURANCE 

Brsv Corner Ri.dg. Phone 8810 


PLATTE AVENUE FLORAL CO. 

"A Complete Floral Service" 
1417 E. Platte Phone M. 2(>()S 


Compliments of 

HERSHEY S BAR-B-Q 

Midway Between 
Colorado Springs and Manitou 


BUFFALO LODGE 

3700 Manitou Boulevard 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 


LEARN STENOTYPY 

(The Machine-Way in Shorthand) 

Complete Secretarial Training 

DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 
Summer Session Begins June 16 

THE STENOTYPE STUDIO 

MRS. LEOTI EVANS (Stenotype Reporter) 
Over "Busy Corner" Main 6150 



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Melody &otnet 

POPULAR and 
CLASSICAL RECORDINGS! 



YES SIR! When you hear a 
record you want . . . Come to 
Melody Corner and Your Sure 
to Find It! . . . Our tremendous 
Selection and BUYERS who 
Know Good BANDS and 
MUSIC, are Your Assurance of 
Satisfaction! 




Your 

PHILCO and 

RCA Victor DEALER 



The "HOME" of- 

The Quarterback Club 

The Cooperative Club 

The Junior Chamber of Commerce 

Colorado College Athletic Banquets 

BLUE SPRUCE 

RESTAURANT 



1 10 East Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs 
Phone Main 974 

STAINSKY'S 

FUR AND TAXIDERMY CO. 

FINE FURS 

Remodeling Relining Bonded Storage 

Let Us Clean Your Furs the Furrier's Way 
It's Safe and It Saves 



BEST IN 

DINNERS 

BEST IN 

BAR SERVICE 



Call 
Main 
3967 

for 
Reservations 



Curly 's Steak House 



51 5 South Tejon 




HALLE'S 

119-121 North Nevada Main 1905 
DISTRIBUTOR — DEALER 



COLORADO COLLEGE 
STUDENTS ARE ALWAYS 
WELCOME --- AT FREDERIC'S 



rtedetic Dnc* 

CREATOR OF FINE JEWELRY 

12 N. TEJON 



MARRETTA and DALPIAZ 

"The West's Most Famous Spaghetti Inn" 
3001 N. Tejon Main 6642 



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STATIONEiKYCO. 

Colorado Springs Colo. 



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